Journey to the Savage Planet: PS5 and XSX versions are now available

Journey to the Savage Planet: PS5 and XSX versions are now available ...

Tobias Pieceman | 01/24/2023 – 8:13 p.m.

The sci-fi adventure "Journey to the Savage Planet" will be soon available on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S. The "Employee of the Month Edition" has been announced.

The executives of 505 Games and Raccoon Logic have announced that they will release the sci-fi adventure Journey to the Savage Planet for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S as early as February 14, 2023 for €29.99, with owners of the PS4 and Xbox One versions getting a free upgrade.

The most recent consoles have had some improvements.

The developers want to include some new content in the new version, including additional discussions with Martin Tweed and a new photo mode. The game will be fully optimized for the new consoles and equipped with a performance and graphics mode. Accordingly, it should be possible to obtain up to native 4K resolution on the consoles.

Your job is to investigate whether the planet ARY-26 is habitable for humans as the latest member of Kindred Aerospace, the fourth best interstellar space exploration company. “Good luck!”

More information on Journey to the Savage Planet:

Journey to the Savage Planet is now available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Here are a few screenshots and gameplay videos from the campaign:

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