In addition to giving everyone around the G4 offices a little taste of Scandinavian despair via various types of disturbing candy, developer Fatshark really showed us a great time when they stopped by a few months back to show off their downloadable shooter Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Wild West. And while it was announced a couple weeks ago that the game would be hitting the PC (on Steam, $14.99) April 8, the status of the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions has been a mystery.
Well, Fatshark CEO Martin Wahlund recently told Joystiq that the multiplayer western will hit PlayStation Network in late April, and Xbox Live Arcade sometime thereafter. Fatshark has said it plans to support the game with post-launch downloadable content, and I don’t think they’d release DLC unless all versions of the game are out, so chances are the XBLA version can’t be that far off. The game is a blast, so the more channels it's available on, the better.