PS5 and Xbox Series X upgrade won’t be free for current Control owners


When you purchased 2019 motion recreation Control on PS4 or Xbox One and have been planning to replay the sport on PS5 or Xbox Series X, you won’t be getting the subsequent gen enhancements at no cost, developer Treatment revealed on Wednesday. The free subsequent gen improve solely applies to the Ultimate Edition of the sport, which might be accessible on consoles on Sept. 10 (the PC model lands Aug. 27).

Management’s Final version will price $40 and embody the principle recreation and its two expansions, The Foundation and the upcoming AWE. The latter ties into 2010 Treatment recreation Alan Wake, and can tie the developer’s video games collectively in an interconnected universe

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It’s a different approach to the one being taken by CD Projekt Red with Cyberpunk 2077 and Square Enix with Marvel’s Avengers. Both of these games will offer a free upgrade to the PS5 or Xbox Series X version if you buy it on a current gen console. 

Both of the new consoles will be out this holiday season — Sony hasn’t revealed the PS5 launch date yet, but Microsoft on Tuesday confirmed that Xbox Series X will be available in November. Neither company has said how much their console will cost.

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Sean Keane