Hades, the award-winning indie game of 2020, will be released for consoles on August 13. The game is coming to PlayStation 4, 5, and Xbox consoles. The Xbox version will be part of your Game Pass subscription. The game was already available on PC and Nintendo Switch.
from PlayStation 5 version of Hades It gains support for DualSense controller and runs at 4k resolution at 60fps. The PlayStation 4 version runs at 1080p at the same frame rate. The exact settings for the Xbox Series X, S, and Xbox One are not yet clear, but they are clearly the same.
The game must be purchased separately on PlayStation 4 and 5. Microsoft will also make the game part of your Game Pass subscription starting August 13. The game is available on Xbox, Windows PC, and via Xbox Cloud Games.
Hades is a rogue-like dungeon crawler created by Supergiant Games, the studio also responsible for Bastion, Transistor, and Pyre. Hades was released in 2020 for PC and Nintendo Switch and has been critically acclaimed. Both the PC and Switch versions have on Metacritic A score of 93 points and also a high rating from users.
Twelve Minutes releases on August 19 and arrives in Game Pass
At E3, Microsoft also announced that Twelve Minutes, a new indie game published by Anapurna Interactive, will be released on October 12. The game will also come directly to Game Pass. In the game, players live the same twelve minutes over and over again, and in this time frame they must solve the puzzle. Actor Willem Dafoe, among others, participates in the game as a voice actor. The game is also available on Steam.
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