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CrossCode Comes to PS4 and Switch this Summer

/ Jun 10th, 2020 No Comments

CrossCode Comes to PS4 and Switch this Summer

ININ Games, Deck13 and Radical Fish Games announced CrossCode’s console release for this summer both physically and digitally.

After achieving popularity and success on PC, CrossCode releases on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 on July 9th digitally, and at retail in Europe and North America on August 28th.

CrossCode’s exclusive limited SteelBook edition and Collector’s Edition are now available to pre-order at Strictly Limited Games. The limited SteelBook edition is available for $45.47/€39.99 and the Collector’s Edition retails for $68.21/€59.99. A PC, PS4, and Nintendo Switch version can be purchased now and will ship in October/November. 

The limited SteelBook edition comes individually numbered with the game, manual, instruction card, variant reversible cover and SteelBook case. For the Collector’s Edition it will include the SteelBook case, Hardcover Collector’s Box with magnetic lock, original 2-Disc Soundtrack composed by Deniz Akbulut, Hardcover Crossode Compendium, 18 stickers, a large poster, and a Lea ‘Hi’ Keychain.

CrossCode Comes to PS4 and Switch this Summer
Strictly Limited Games is also released a limited SteelBook edition and Collector’s Edition for the game available to pre-order now.

Both the Nintendo Switch and PC Collector’s Edition will be limited to 2,000 copies, while the limited SteelBook Edition will be 3,000 copies. For PlayStation 4 it will be limited to 2,000 copies for the limited SteelBook edition and 1,500 copies for the Collector’s Edition.

Set in the distant future CrossCode is about Lea’s journey to regain her lost memories by playing the MMO CrossWorlds. As Lea explores CrossWorlds and meets its various characters her memories will return to her unraveling the mystery of what CrossWorlds is and why she is stuck in the game without her memories or the ability to speak.

CrossCode blends elements of JRPGs and action adventure games to create a deep world with fast-paced combat and plenty of character growth. Explore 7 unique realms and their dungeons with plenty of puzzles to solve. Enjoy the game’s sci-fi story and retro-inspired look with over 80 hours of gameplay between its main story and side content.

CrossCode is out now on PC, and will release digitally on PS4 and Switch July 9th, and at retail in Europe and North America on August 28th for PS4 and Switch.

Our Take

CrossCode was announced for a console port a good while ago during a Nindies event, and definitely caught our attention. It is awesome it is finally getting a release this summer to give everyone another reason to stay inside. Plus, it is always nice to see an indie game get a physical and limited edition release, so collector’s should be happy to add those to their collections.

Kalvin Martinez

Kalvin Martinez

Senior Editor at Gaming Illustrated
Kalvin Martinez studied Creative Writing at the University of California, Santa Cruz. He writes reviews, prose and filthy limericks. While he is Orange County born, he now resides in Portland, OR. He is still wondering what it would be like to work at a real police department. Follow Kalvin on Twitter @freepartysubs
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