road 96 headr

Are you ready to hit the road, to take in a world of free adventuring, of escape, of survival? Road 96 is coming to consoles.

Due to launch on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4 and PS5 this April, Road 96 is the award winning procedural narrative sensation that you need in your life. It comes from the Ravenscourt and DigixArt teams who are today announcing that their critically acclaimed title is soon coming to Xbox and PlayStation.

Road 96 delivers an ever-evolving story-driven adventure, before mixing in survival elements in which players must escape a country ruled by an authoritarian regime that’s on the brink of collapse. It’s been inspired by Tarantino, looks stunning and will give you the opportunity to flee the regime and attempt to survive in the open world.

“It’s really exciting to think that console players will soon be able to take their first steps on the emotional journey as they make a break for freedom,” said Yoan Fanise, CEO & Creative Director at DigixArt. “Road 96, with its inspiration from the classic road trip movies from the 90’s, seemed a natural fit to this generation of both consoles and their owners. Sit back and prepare for a road trip like no other.” he added.

The key features include:

  • Road 96 is a crazy, beautiful road-trip. The discovery of exciting places, and unusual people on your own personal journey to freedom.
  • An ever-evolving story-driven adventure inspired by Tarantino, The Coen Brothers, and Bong Joon-ho. Made by the award-winning creators of Valiant Hearts and Memories Retold. Announced as part of the OMEN Presents initiative from HP Inc.
  • Moments of action, exploration, contemplative melancholy, human encounters and wacky situations. Set against a backdrop of authoritarian rule and oppression.
  • A stunning visual style, a soundtrack filled with 90s hits, and a thousand routes through the game combine so each player can create their own unique stories on Road 96.

We’ll let you know as soon as a fully confirmed release date is known. Until that time, consider hitting it up on PC through Steam.

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