That lovable Indie 2D Action RPG that pays homage to the 16-bit era of RPGs, CrossCode, is now heading to the Xbox One.

Previously only available on PC and Linux, it was announced later that the title would be heading to the Switch. While on the PC, the title has captured the attention of gamers and critics alike. Thanks to it’s interesting and enjoyable gameplay and the length of the game. Which just happens to clock in at over 100-hours, if you were wondering.

It’s nice to see that this is making its way to The Xbox One. Especially since the platforms doesn’t exactly have a lot of JRPGs of this caliber on the platform. As an added bonus, the Xbox One version will have an exclusive questline that’s not in any other version.

It’s coming to Xbox One? I don’t believe you.

CrossCode will be playable at GDC 2019, which takes place on March 18-22, 2019, at the Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA. If you’re attending the event then make sure you head on over to the Deck13 booth.

CrossCode is a retro-inspired 2D Action RPG set in the distant future, combining 16-bit SNES-style graphics with butter-smooth physics, a fast-paced combat system, and engaging puzzle mechanics, served with a gripping sci-fi story. You follow a player called Lea as she logs into CrossWorlds – a fictional MMO of the distant future. Lea is not your average player though.

She has lost her memory and is (literally) mute. Now the only way to regain her memory is to play CrossWorlds, discovering all the places the game has to offer and meeting other players on the way – hoping they won’t mistake her for a bot. As Lea’s memory returns, a deep mystery surrounding CrossWorlds will be unraveled – and you may come to understand why a mute player is stuck in this game in the first place. CrossCode combines features of the Action-Adventure and RPG genre, delivering both, a great variety of puzzles and an engaging, fast-paced combat system with plenty of options for character growth.

There’s currently no announcement regarding the release date. Rest assured we’ll be sure to let you all know, once we find out what it is.

That lovable Indie 2D Action RPG that pays homage to the 16-bit era of RPGs, CrossCode, is now heading to the Xbox One.

Previously only available on PC and Linux, it was announced later that the title would be heading to the Switch. While on the PC, the title has captured the attention of gamers and critics alike. Thanks to it’s interesting and enjoyable gameplay and the length of the game. Which just happens to clock in at over 100-hours, if you were wondering.

It’s nice to see that this is making its way to The Xbox One. Especially since the platforms doesn’t exactly have a lot of JRPGs of this caliber on the platform. As an added bonus, the Xbox One version will have an exclusive questline that’s not in any other version.

It’s coming to Xbox One? I don’t believe you….

CrossCode will be playable at GDC 2019, which takes place on March 18-22, 2019, at the Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA. If you’re attending the event then make sure you head on over to the Deck13 booth.

CrossCode is a retro-inspired 2D Action RPG set in the distant future, combining 16-bit SNES-style graphics with butter-smooth physics, a fast-paced combat system, and engaging puzzle mechanics, served with a gripping sci-fi story. You follow a player called Lea as she logs into CrossWorlds – a fictional MMO of the distant future. Lea is not your average player though.

She has lost her memory and is (literally) mute. Now the only way to regain her memory is to play CrossWorlds, discovering all the places the game has to offer and meeting other players on the way – hoping they won’t mistake her for a bot. As Lea’s memory returns, a deep mystery surrounding CrossWorlds will be unraveled – and you may come to understand why a mute player is stuck in this game in the first place. CrossCode combines features of the Action-Adventure and RPG genre, delivering both, a great variety of puzzles and an engaging, fast-paced combat system with plenty of options for character growth.

There’s currently no announcement regarding the release date. Rest assured we’ll be sure to let you all know, once we find out what it is.