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News guides 26 April 2024, 05:42

Abiotic Factor - Console (Xbox, PS4, PS5, Switch) Release

If you would like to face the alien race in Abiotic Factor using your Xbox, PS4, PS5, or Nintendo Switch, here you will learn if it will be possible.

Source: Abiotic Factor, Developer: Deep Fried Games

It’s been a while since Valve was serious about creating games in their specific, sci-fi style. We have seen the great return of Half-Life in the form of VR experience entitled Alyx. However, this only further deepened the hunger for titles in this universe, but there is still no information about the mythical third part of Gordon Freeman’s adventures. The impression that this series left on its fans is huge and many wanted to add their 2 cents to this story. Thanks to that you can play some interesting mods, like Black Mesa. It seems that creators of Abiotic Factor are also quite fond of the HF universe and ideas, as we can see many similarities between titles. Since Half-Life had been seen on consoles, let’s see if the developers from Deep Field Games will push their creation to Xbox, PS4, PS5 or Switch.

Abiotic Factor console (Xbox, PS4, PS5, Switch) Release

In biology, Abiotic Factor is defined as a non-living chemical and physical part of environment that affects living organisms. In the game with the same title, we will witness invasion of creatures from another dimension, which will definitely have an impact on lives of scientists, one of which we will impersonate. Tasked with survival in the newly created circumstances, we will be able to team up with others in cooperation mode. Having the game on consoles like Xbox, PS4, PS5, and Nintendo Switch will widen the base of the players, without a doubt. Will we see this production on aforementioned devices then?

As many other titles lately, Abiotic Factor will make its debut in Early Access program on Steam first (some would argue that even games like Dark Souls would benefit from this method of launch). Obviously, it means that for some time this title’s main platform of development will be PC. However, the devs have mentioned in one of their Q&As on YouTube that they are planning to port the game to consoles after Abiotic Factor’s full release.

It is hard to estimate how long it will take since the Early Access period is planned to last for 8 to 12 months. We can expect more information about the console version of the title near the end of that stage.

Keep in mind that Deep Field Games promised controller support for Abiotic Factor right off the bat. Its system’s requirements are not very high, since it strikes more of retro-style graphics, so it may work just fine even if your computer is not the latest generation, yet one straight from 1997 probably won’t do, as the authors jokingly remind in the specs on Steam.

Aleksander Kartasinski

Aleksander Kartasinski

Just a random from the depths of the internet who happens to be interested in video games like millions of other people on this planet. By sheer luck he was given a chance to write about them. Worked in IT department and supported users for way too long, but also given a chance to do some IT magic on a large scale in his free time. Interested in technology, games with intriguing mechanics, etymology, and linguistics.


Abiotic Factor

Abiotic Factor