Crypt of the Necrodancer, the indie favorite of rhythm game fans and dungeon-crawler obsessives alike, will arrive on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita on Feb. 2, according to the PlayStation Blog.
The launch trailer above offers a look at the upcoming port of the Windows PC title, which combines charming pixel art and a quality soundtrack with some high-level difficulty.
A bonus for those checking out the game on PS4 is that it will offer dance pad support, as did the PC version. There will also be trophies for each version, a new soundtrack from the composer of Shovel Knight and cross-buy support that grants access to the release on both platforms.
The game's producer hints at another secret to be included with the February release in the announcement, but devoted Necrodancers will have to wait just a few more weeks to find out what that is.
We first found out that the 2015 hit, which we were introduced to at Pax Prime 2013, would be coming to PlayStation consoles back in July of last year. To see this unique hybrid of a title in action, check out our gameplay video below.