Xbox to get three exclusive PlayStation games
The Annapurna Interactive presentation that was held this week was meant to give gamers a sneak peek at the publisher's lineup of upcoming titles that will be released in the future. Several new platforms and games were announced at the event. Shortly, three games that were previously exclusive to PC, PS4, and PS5 will be made available on Xbox One, and Xbox Series. It has been announced by Annapurna Interactive and Heart Machine that Solar Ash will be available for PC users via Steam on December 6.
It is expected that the Xbox Series and Xbox One versions of the game will be released this winter. The game will also be available through the Xbox Game Pass subscription service. There was a release date of December 2, 2021 for Solar Ash on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC. As the story unfolds, the transition-based game tells the tale of Rei, a Voidrunner who tries to ignite Starseed to save the planet from the Ultravoid, a massive black hole within the universe.
The Pathless is another Xbox game players can enjoy. This winter, Annapurna Interactive and Giant Squid will release the mythic adventure game for Xbox Series, Xbox One, and Switch. A magical island awaits you in Hunter: Curse of the Darkness. You must dispel a curse of darkness that has gripped the world and dispel it with your archery skills and dispel the curse to save your family," it wrote in the overview. "A beautiful open world filled with secrets awaits you as you forge your way through it.
Take a stroll through misty forests, lush meadows, and snowy tundras on your way to the mountains.Finally, we have Maquette. Publisher Annapurna Interactive and creator Graceful Decay have confirmed Xbox versions of Maquette. In winter 2022, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch will receive the first-person puzzler. As well as Xbox Game Pass subscribers, Xbox Game Pass subscribers can play. In Maquette, "everyday problems" are examined through the lens of a contemporary love story. PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Windows PC were the first platforms to release the title