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Coatsink’s Hand-Drawn Platforming Game, Shu, Headed to PS Vita in May With Free DLC

After Shu’s successful launch on the PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam, developers Coatsink have announced their carefully crafted, hand-drawn platformer will be coming to PS Vita on May 23rd 2017, with free DLC available for Steam and PS4 throughout 2017.

The first DLC update is out now for Steam and will include the following three new levels: Beneath the Ruins, No Turning Back, and Depths of Discovery.

On May 23rd, a further three levels will be launched on Steam, in addition it’ll also be the release of all six levels on PS4 along with the highly-anticipated PS Vita launch of Shu. As well as including the all-new DLC levels, the PS Vita version will also include the exclusive trophy area: The Refuge.

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