curse of the dead gods xbox

It’s been sitting in Steam Early Access since March 2020, but very soon the Curse of the Dead Gods will be discovered by players across all formats, with full launch on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4 and Nintendo Switch. 

A project of passion which has picked up some seriously positive player reviews during the Early Access scheme, Curse of the Dead Gods from Passtech Games and Focus Home Interactive is gearing up for full launch, and that means we’ll be seeing Xbox, Playstation, Switch and PC players given the opportunity to roll through its lands. 

February 23rd 2021 is the date you should be sticking in your diary, as that is when full release will occur. Should you wish to get involved you’ll discover a unique and demanding roguelite that is full of secrets, as the Temple awaits. 

With a vast array of content already in place, Passtech are promising much more for Curse of the Dead Gods, namely in the form of a brand new update which will deliver a true ending to the journey, as well as a unique way to explore the Temple that is dedicated to the God of Death. 

“The full release of Curse of the Dead Gods wouldn’t have been possible without all of the incredible work from the entire team and our excellent community of Early Access players,” announced Sylvain Passot, Studio Director at Passtech Games. “The amazing community that has grown around the game has really pushed it to the right direction. We can’t wait to welcome all the players to the Temple and we’re looking further ahead to 2021 for exciting new content.” 

The release date trailer is down below. Give it a watch and then hold tight until February 23rd. We’ll be sure to remind you as and when it drops on to Xbox One – and Xbox Series X|S – PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC. Let us know in the comments if you’ll be taking on this adventure. 

Of course, there are other Gods you could be spending your time with – Immortals Fenyx Rising is well worth your time.

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