The Chinese Room’s PC exclusive Dear Esther will be making its way to consoles this summer courtesy of a port by Curve Digital. The game was originally released in 2012 and received acclaim for its visuals and story at numerous festivals throughout the year.

Players explore a secluded island in the Scottish Hebrides as they attempt to piece together the story behind the character’s wife’s death. The console version will largely be staying the same as the initial PC release but will receive a few minor tweaks and bug fixes. There will also be a Directors’ Commentary added to the game for the first time which will reunite the game’s original developers for new insights and stories behind the game’s development. More information regarding a solid release date should be coming soon.