If you wanted to play the original Peggle, you really just had to have a device that had a screen. It appeared on 11 separate platforms, of which I personally had at least 3. If you want to play the sequel, Peggle 2, you have to have an Xbox One or, more recently, Xbox 360. That won’t be the case for much longer, however.
It's official! We're excited to announce that Peggle 2 is coming to the PlayStation 4 on October 14th! pic.twitter.com/GFYAeNDNZX
— Peggle (@PeggleOfficial) August 29, 2014
In just six weeks, Peggle 2 is heading to PlayStation 4. With the Microsoft console exclusivity ending, we’re sure to start seeing it on other platforms as well – PlayStation 3, Windows PC, Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, tablets, in-dash displays in cars, probably toasters, fridges, you get the idea.
There’s no word yet on whether the downloadable content that followed the release will be included, or whether the game will actually get a boxed release as the image seems to suggest.