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Stranded Deep All Set to Release on PS4 and Xbox One, New Features and Development Roadmap also Revealed by Beam Team Games

Stranded Deep

We all know that Stranded Deep is a survival game that’s already available on PC via the Steam Early Access. However, the developer has announced that the game is now all set to land on PS4 and Xbox One.


This is a rather great news for the fans as they’ve been waiting for it to come to PS4 and Xbox One. The publisher Telltale has now finally announced that the game will hit the consoles on October 9, 2018. In addition, the game’s brief overview has also been published.

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According to the Steam overview of the game, players act as a plane crash survivor stranded on an island in the Pacific Ocean. The ultimate goal for the players is to survive while encountering the strangest and most terrifying creatures and environments.

The publisher has also released some cool features of the game as well. Fans will be treated to procedurally generated worlds which aren’t at all the same. Also, the dynamic day-night cycle, unique crafting system, building system, and an in-depth survival experience.

According to the revealed Development Roadmap of Stranded Deep, the publisher has said that we are dealing with the bug issues and they will be resolved gradually. In addition, game performance is also being worked upon along with the Island and terrain reforms. More wildlife, co-op game-play, and user interface are also being improved.

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As the information suggests, the new Ul system is also in line for the game. Once improved to its full potential, it’ll allow you to enjoy the game on Oculus Rift. Also, controller support is now available with tons of other improvements to Stranded Deep.

Hopefully, fans will be able to get an awesome experience on PS4 and Xbox One. Stranded Deep is already available on PC via Steam Early Access. It’ll release on PS4 and Xbox One on October 09, 2018.

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