Finally. The indie game CrossCode console release set for this July on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. A physical release of the game released by Strictly Limited Games for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation on August 28th. The original PC release sold over 400,000 copies. Expect that number to be surpassed with its console release.

The physical edition will sell in two different sets: SteelBook Edition and Collector’s Edition. Here’s a rundown what comes in each.

CrossCode - Collector's Edition

CrossCode SteelBook Edition – Pre-Order

  • Game
  • Instruction Card
  • Manual
  • Variant reversible Cover
  • Original SteelBook
  • Individually numbered limited Edition (3000 NSW / 3000 PC / 2000 PS4)

CrossCode Collector’s Edition – Pre-Order

  • Game
  • Instruction Card
  • Manual
  • Variant reversible Cover
  • Original SteelBook®
  • Hardcover CE Box w/ magnetic lock
  • Original 2-Disc Soundtrack
  • Hardcover CrossCode Compendium
  • 18 Stickers
  • Large Poster
  • Lea ‘Hi’ Keychain
  • Individually numbered limited Edition (2000 NSW / 2000 PC / 1500 PS4)

CrossCode takes a few notes from classic 1990’s classic RPG games, such as Phantasy Star series and Legend of Zelda in a beautiful pixel styled 2D world. The story takes places in the distant future, where you play as Lea. After logging into a fictional MMO game called CrossWorlds, Lea suffers from memory loss and is mute. To regain Lea’s memories, players will go on a journey inside the MMO to uncover mysteries that surround CrossWorlds and why a mute player is stuck in the game. CrossCode originally released on Steam in September 2018. Nearly two years of waiting, console players will get their hands on the game.

CrossCode console release schedule for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on July 9, 2020 digitally. Physical release on August 28, 2020.

CrossCode - Console Announcement Trailer

Source: PR Hound


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