After making waves on the Xbox Live Arcade, Phil Fish's Fez will finally make the transition from consoles and pave the way from the second dimension and into the third dimension. Fez will officially unlock on supported digital distribution platforms beginning May 1st.

The game is about a little dude named Gomez who must venture about the land after a mysterious third dimension invades his 2D hometown. The game really shines with the inclusion of two-dimensional worlds brought to life with side-scrolling platforming fused with 3D puzzles. That's right, the game flips the viewscape planes on their head by incorporating gameplay that infuses both 2D and 3D platforming.

It was noted on a couple of occasions that Fez would be arriving on additional platforms. It was also later confirmed on the Steam Database app that Fez, would indeed, be arriving for Valve's digital distribution platform on PC, unfortunately the Halo trilogy won't be arriving for PC.

Today, the news is triple-confirmed thanks to the page on Steam that clearly indicates that the game will unlock for purchase in one month and two weeks, as of the writing of this article. If you're curious about the game you can learn more by paying a visit to the official Steam page.

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