Sunless Skies: Sovereign Edition is coming to PS4, Xbox One, and Switch in Q1 or Q2 2020
Sunless Sea: Zubmariner also coming later in 2020 to Xbox One and Switch.
Ready your star-faring engine, and venture into an expanse of hostile factions, lurking deities, forbidden knowledge, vast fortune, and fates worse than death.
800,000+ words of intertwining stories with a depth and richness unlike anything else in games.
It only took Failbetter Games four hours to raise the Kickstarting funds for Sunless Skies, before seeing the game launch on PC Early Access back in August 2017.
From there the critically acclaimed gothic horror RPG has gone great guns, with the team at Failbetter and their indie publishers, Digerati, now confirming that it’ll be launching on Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch in 2020.
With a PC Metacritic score sitting at 86, the confirmation of Sunless Skies: Sovereign Edition on the console is certainly one to look forward to.
We’ll be sure to drop further details your way as and when they arrive. Let us know in the comments what you think about this latest PC to console title.
Due to arrive in the first half of 2020 in fact, Sunless Skies on Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch will be joined by the current PS4 title Sunless Sea: Zubmariner, with Nephilim Game Studios handling the porting options
Failbetter Games’ third title, following 2015’s Sunless Sea and the cult browser game Fallen London, Sunless Skies:
Sovereign Edition is all about sailing through the stars, betraying your queen and then murdering a sun, with the gothic horror RPG focusing on exploration and exquisite storytelling.
Prepare to ready your star-faring engine, and venture into an expanse of hostile factions, lurking deities, forbidden knowledge, a vast fortune, and fates worse than death.
Sunless Sea: Zubmariner Edition is already available for PS4 and later in 2020 it will join Sunless Skies: Sovereign Edition on Xbox One and Switch.
All of these ports are being developed in conjunction with Nephilim Game Studios, will be published by Digerati.