It’s been more than a year since we first saw The Long Journey Home release on PC – but now finally Daedalic Entertainment are spreading their wings to bring the game to Xbox One and PS4. You could say, it’s been a long journey!

Available right now on Xbox One and PS4, The Long Journey Home has finally made its way to console, allowing gamers the world over to explore a procedurally generated universe like never before.

With a rather lovely visual style, and plenty of opportunity to follow your own unique path, The Long Journey Home will see you blasting through the galaxy, dropping in on allies and getting acquainted with all manner of alien lifeform to ensure the adventure that unfolds is your own personal one. Your goal? Just make sure you bring your crew home safely.

Priced up at £31.99, the Xbox Store (or PlayStation equivalent) will happily sort you out with a full download of The Long Journey Home. If you ever wanted to head on out for a space-fuelled adventure, then this looks set to deliver.

Game Description:

There are a million stars in the universe. Only one of them is Home. It was supposed to be a short test run – a quick flight to Alpha Centauri and back. But when mankind’s first experimental jump drive goes wrong, you and your crew find yourselves trapped on the wrong side of the galaxy. Now, you are entirely on your own – and the only way back leads through the vast unknown of outer space. On your strange journey, you will encounter unforeseen obstacles and unimaginable treasures. You will fail and you will pick yourselves up again. You will suffer painful losses and also make new friends – in a vibrant universe that changes its design with every new journey. Your most important goal: Bring your crew back home to their families and friends. The Long Journey Home combines an open world full of galaxies, planets and anomalies with quests and mechanics of a rogue-like RPG. You have to make decisions – and choose to live with the consequences. One destination. Endless adventures. Where will this journey take you?

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