Godfall is said to only be a console exclusive for PS5 through May of 2021, opening the door for an ensuing release on Xbox Series X/S.
Godfall is finally set to release in tandem with the PS5 next week on the console’s launch date, but it seems like it won’t be confined to the next-gen platform for long.
Disclosed in the game’s new launch trailer that was unveiled earlier today, it was briefly stated that Godfall will only be a console exclusive for the PS5 for six months. Come May 12, 2021, the game is said to be losing this exclusivity, leaving the door open to a release on other consoles after that time.
Up until this point, Gearbox Publishing and Counterplay Games haven’t announced any plans to bring Godfall to Xbox Series X, but the prospects of this coming to fruition now seem quite likely. Obviously, we won’t know if this turns out to be the case for another six months or so, but given the fact that Counterplay is a smaller developer in the industry, it would make sense for the studio to want to bring its title to as many platforms as possible.
It’s worth noting, however, that Godfall isn’t strictly confined to the PS5 when it arrives next week. Despite being a console exclusive at launch, Godfall will also be releasing on PC as well. So if you’re not picking up the PS5 and still want to play Godfall as soon as possible, you have another way of doing so.
As for us, we should have a review to share with you on Godfall at some point in the next few days and weeks. Up until now, it hasn’t looked like the most impressive next-gen game that we have been shown, but perhaps the looter-slasher could prove to be a sleeper hit.
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