One of the defining traits of this console generation so far has been formerly-exclusive games breaking away from their exclusivity and becoming multiplatform titles. The PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, in particular, have seen a handful of their games move away from being exclusive and moved over to PC. Bugsnax, a game that was a PlayStation 5 launch title, is going multiplatform. Not only that, but it’s coming to other consoles with a free DLC update that will add about three hours worth of new content to the game.
In this guide, we will tell you Is Bugsnax Going Multiplatform?
Bugsnax: Is Bugsnax Going Multiplatform?
Soon more players across the gaming landscape will be talkin’ ’bout Bugsnax, as Young Horses has announced that the game will be ported to multiple platforms April 28 for $25–and the recently announced Isle of Bigsnax expansion will be arriving the same day for no additional cost.
Bugsnax will soon call Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Windows 10, and Steam home for the first time, and Xbox has also confirmed that Xbox Game Pass subscribers can travel to Snaktooth Isle on day one. The ports mark an end to the game’s PlayStation 4 and 5 console exclusivity that began when it launched in late 2020. The game had also launched on PC via the Epic Games Store.
The additional Isle of Bigsnax content adds a new side chapter to the main Bugsnax story, offering three to four hours of additional missions and secrets to discover. The main adventure will also gain new content with the update, including the player’s own hut in Snaxburg to decorate as they choose, new quests from each of the other grumpuses, and more.