Two Big Indie Xbox One Console Exclusives Are Coming to the Playstation 4

Posted July 14, 2017 by Kamil in Announcements, Articles, Gaming News, News, PS4, Xbox One

When initially released, both Superhot and Thimbleweed Park, have only debuted on the Xbox One when it came to consoles. And such state of affairs has surprised many, as prior to the release of these particular titles, prominent indie games would either come out only on PlayStation 4, or would have a considerable head start on this particular platform. And initially, many have suspected that Ron Gilbert the creator of Thimbleweed Park, and SUPERHOT Team, had a console exclusivity deal in place, ensuring that both titles would remain only on the Xbox One. However, as we have recently found out, both games in question will come to the PlayStation 4, and they will do so sooner than many have expected.

Title to make its debut first on the PlayStation 4 is Superhot. And it will launch on the platform next Friday, as it is set to see the light of day, on the 19th of July. Base version of the title will cost £19.99; however, it can be pre-order at a discounted price for £15.99. However, if you are an owner of PlayStation VR, you can go for the Superhot VR instead, which also costs £19.99, but can be pre-ordered for £15.99. Additionally you can also purchase both the titles in a bundle, for £32.99, or £26.49, if you decide to pre-order it.

Superhot, will be available for purchase within a week, when it comes to PlayStation 4. However, all who are waiting to play the previously mentioned Thimbleweed Park will have to wait a little longer, as this particular title is set to launch on the 22nd of August, in just over a month. And it is likely to cost between £11.99 and £19.99, but for now, it cannot be found on the PlayStation Store, so in order to find out for sure, you’re going to have to wait a little while.



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