Bringing Tetris to Next-Gen Consoles

It’s pretty safe to assume that everyone has heard of Tetris. Well, the world’s most well-known game will be celebrating its 30th anniversary this year and in honor of this milestone, Ubisoft has partnered with The Tetris Company to develop the Tetris franchise for digital release on the Xbox One and PS4. Since its launch in 1984, Tetris has graced over 50 platforms and sold hundreds of millions of units worldwide. Everything about this iconic game (from its simplistic look to the music that never seems to get out of our heads) will always have a place in gamers’ hearts.

Bringing Tetris to Next-Gen Consoles

“We welcome Ubisoft to the Tetris family. I am 100% sure they will develop one of the best versions of the Tetris game ever,” said Henk B. Rogers, managing director of The Tetris Company, LLC.

“We’re very excited to start working with this world-renowned brand, and can’t wait to combine Ubisoft’s expertise and all the capacities of next-gen consoles to create an exciting new Tetris experience for fans,” added Yves Guillemot, Ubisoft co-founder and CEO.

Get more details on Tetris Ultimate at the official website.

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Tetris Ultimate

Tetris Ultimate

Release date — Summer 2014
Developer — Tetris Company
The world’s most-loved puzzle game arrives on next-gen consoles, and is better than ever in Tetris® Ultimate. With six exciting modes, fun new features, and unique visuals, the evolution of this iconic game is the ultimate must-have on next-gen consoles. Experience the Best of Tetris In this fast-paced game of skills, you can take on the puzzle game solo, battle a friend, partner up with friends, or make battle teams. Up to four players can get in on the action.

ESRB Rating: RP
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Anne Lewis began her career as an editor at PlayStation: The Official Magazine, where she worked under former UbiBlog editor Gary Steinman. Now she's a lone wolf, prowling around her corner of the office and slowly descending into madness. Alas. When Anne isn’t writing about games, she's alphabetizing her comic book collection or shooting at stuff with a bow. Follow her on Twitter: @BDRAnneLewis