The Binding of Isaac will be coming to consoles after all.
Edmund McMillen announced that The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth will be published by Nicalis and will feature new local co-op, revamped graphics, the Wrath of the Lamb expansion and a second expansion as well.
While McMillen will help with development, he’s stated that he won’t “deal with anything when it came to business.”
Currently, ports are being worked on for PS3, Vita and Steam. He added that Nicalis is talking to Microsoft and Nintendo.
Development will begin Jan. 1 and will be done by the end of 2013.
“The biggest thing to keep in mind here is that development is just starting with the remake, nothing is totally set in stone and a lot will change over time,” McMillen cautions. “I’m currently in full-time development of Mew-Genics with Tommy and we have a few other little tricks in store for you next year, so my goal with Rebirth is to simply make sure the remake is top-quality and then detail out the expansion and updates once development is much farther along.”