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News guides 08 March 2024, 02:53

Sixty Four - Console (Xbox, PS4, PS5, Switch) Release

A minimalistic Sixty Four, which focuses on creating a mesmerising factory has been recently released on PC. What about consoles like Xbox, PS4, PS5 or Switch? Let's find out!

Source: Sixty Four, Developer: Oleg Danilov

Indie games do not have to follow the mainstream and can fulfil all the desires of the author(s). This can be a double-edged sword, as such titles are often unsuccessful, yet there are some gems that flourish and become big sensations. A small production called Sixty Four, created by a solo developer, attracted relatively substantial amount of players. Many of them wonder if the title, which is currently only available on PC, will make its way to consoles like Xbox, PlayStation, or Nintendo Switch. Here we have gathered some interesting information regarding this very topic.

Sixty Four console (Xbox, PS4, PS5, Switch) release

Sixty Four is a small, yet interesting, production with minimal but pleasing art style. It focuses on building a thriving factory that is mesmerising to look at. There is also an element of threat in the form of the darkness that players have to face. This simple concept is clearly inspired by titles like Satisfactory, Factorio, or Techtonica. However, with how minimalistic it is, fans are wondering if Sixty Four will be eventually ported to consoles like Switch, PS4, PS5, and Xbox.

Asked on game’s official Discord server, the developer – Oleg Danilov using a nickname of Yesname, have not denied such possibility. However, it was also not clearly confirmed. Since the title is made by only one person, such a feat is additionally challenging.

To expedite this process, more people would have to be involved. This is strictly tied to the game’s success on its main platform to generate funds. An alternative is to create ports by the original developer, but this will take more time.

All in all, if Sixty Four proves to be successful enough, there is a good chance that it will expand to more platforms, making it available for a wider audience. Let’s keep our fingers crossed for this small, yet promising production.

Aleksander Kartasinski

Aleksander Kartasinski

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