CrossCode launches for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on July 9; retail release on August 28
ININ games has announced that CrossCode will launch at retail for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch on August 28 in North America and Europe. A special Steelbook Edition (€39.99) and Collector's Edition (€59.99) will also be available exclusively at Strictly Limited Games, which ships worldwide. The game's official website is here.
An English trailer, description, and screenshots can be found below.
CrossCode is set in the distant future, where you follow a player named Lea. Lea logs into a fictional MMO called CrossWorlds. Lea suffers from memory loss and is mute. The path to regain Lea’s memory is to play CrossWorlds, discover all the game locations and meet other players. Bit by bit as Lea’s memory returns, the mystery surrounding CrossWorlds will unravel - and you will discover why a mute player is stuck in this game in the first place.
CrossCode had seven years of community-driven development behind its creation and was hugely anticipated by a strong fanbase before its successful release on Steam.
- Abundant main story and side content
- Outstanding Retro-style music
- Great variety of puzzles
- Fast-paced combat system
- Combining the best of JRPG and action adventure games in a modern retro-styled look
- Discover a large SciFi world with 7 unique realms
- Fight more than 120 enemy types including 30+ boss fights
- Explore 7 vast dungeons with unique themes and puzzle mechanics
Original (June 9)
Dangen Entertainment has announced that pixel-art action RPG CrossCode will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on July 9. The game will be priced at $19.99.
CrossCode for consoles was set to release in 2019, but due to how the game was coded in HTML5, the porting process took longer than expected. The game originally launched for PC in 2018, and you can find our review here.
While a physical release has not been officially announced, an Amazon Spain listing has appeared for the Switch and PS4 versions, showing ININ Games as a publisher. We'll have to wait for more information about potential physical release availability. [See update]
A new Japanese version trailer for the game is below.