Chauffeur simulator Roundabout hits Sept. 18 on PC, early 2015 on PS4 and Xbox One

Roundabout, the wacky game in which you drive a constantly rotating limousine, will be released Sept. 18 on Linux, Mac and Windows, and a PlayStation 4 version is set for early 2015, developer No Goblin announced today.

The studio revealed this past February that Roundabout was on its way to Xbox One. Both the PS4 and Xbox One versions are scheduled to be available "very early in 2015," according to No Goblin. The company said in a press release that a PS4 version of the game "has been our most requested thing on Twitter."

Roundabout will be available on PC through Steam and the Humble Store, and if you buy the game at either of those retailers, you'll get a Steam key. No Goblin will be selling Roundabout for $14.99, but is offering a pre-order price of $11.99 (20 percent off) on the game's website. A pre-order is also available for the Deluxe Edition for $15.99 (20 percent off the regular price of $19.99). The Deluxe Edition includes the Roundabout soundtrack; a digital art book; an annotated screenplay for the FMV sequences; early pitch videos; "Georgio Cam," the first-person playable prank; and early builds of the game.

As for the PS4 and Xbox One versions, No Goblin said today that they will include "a bunch of console customizations and tweaks" specifically for consoles. For more on Roundabout, check out the new trailer below.

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