11 Bit Studios has launched This War of Mine: Final Cut on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, the game is also available on Xbox Game Pass.
This release was followed by the announcement that the series has sold more than 7 million copies worldwide. Final Cut is meant to b the most polished version of the game on consoles. It’s an accumulation of numerous patches, tweaks, balancing, AI improvements, control scheme updates, and stability.
Further, Final Cut includes the ultimate edition of the game, containing all additional content provided in two major updates: Anniversary Edition, with three new locations, new NPC civilians, a new scenario, a new playable character, and more achievements, and then the Final Cut update with 4K visuals, UI adjustments, and remastered locations from both the base game and DLC with new quests and events.
The game is also available in This War of Mine: Complete Edition which bundles the base game with all four DLCs in the This War of Mine: All Expansions Pack, which consists of The Little Ones DLC, Father’s Promise, The Last Broadcast, and Fading Embers each introducing new locations and mechanics, along with stories touching upon different moral and cultural aspects of wartime survival. The Last Broadcast was written by Meg Jayanth, writer of 80 Days.
“It’s no surprise that This War of Mine is one of our company’s crowning achievements. We put a lot of care into it, and the game has changed a ton in the time since console owners first had a chance to immerse themselves into these civilian struggles. We’ve improved on every aspect of the original, and now, with the potential of new hardware at our disposal, we’re proud that we’re able to present a perfected version of our bestselling gem,” states Bartek Gwardiak, Lead Producer at 11 bit studios.
You can check out the launch trailer below:
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