The title was recently revealed to have gone gold, prompting a March listing in the latest edition of The Indie Game Magazine, reports VG247.
Journey was also discussed by thatgamecompany on Twitter, with the studio confirming that the game would last between three to five hours, and would feature enormous replayability.
No plans are currently in place for DLC, although downloadable Avatars are expected, while 3D support was also ruled out.
Journey was announced at last year's E3 event in Los Angeles. The game sees players guide a mysterious robed figure across a vast desert to an alluring mountain in the distance.
It will be possible to join others through online play and interact with the world to uncover an ancient civilisation.
Previous titles from thatgamecompany include flOw and Flower, which are played entirely through motion control.
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