Over two years after its original release, CrossCode is finally getting a DLC expansion. A New Home follows on from the end of the main game and shows what happens to Lea and her allies.
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Radical Fish Games has brought its action RPG CrossCode to the Nintendo Switch. How well does this indie RPG stack up against the competition?
Regular physical copies of CrossCode were intended to go on sale this week. However, ININ Games has pushed the date back, with Europe now getting them next month and North America in October.
2D action RPG CrossCode is now available worldwide for home consoles. New and unique content for each platform release also extends to owners of the previous PC release.
Those waiting to pick up CrossCode will soon have further opportunity to jump in. Digital console versions of the game will be available next month, with physical editions another month behind.
Radical Fish Games and Deck13 Spotlight have provided updates on their development progress for CrossCode. The former is starting on some DLC for PC, while the latter is still hard at work producing the console versions.
Included in the Xbox E3 Briefing was the announcement of a large number of indie titles coming to Xbox Game Pass. Titles included in the list of particular interest to RPGamers were CrossCode, Star Renegades, Ikenfell, and The Good Life.
Lea and friends are crossing over to the Xbox One. CrossCode will be available to play on the console later this year.
The devs declared a Switch version of CrossCode would only be available when pigs fly. In the announcement trailer for the game within a game heading to the Nintendo console, a pig is spotted flying across the screen.
CrossCode may not be the most original game on the market in its quest to emulate SNES classics. However, it innovates in ways that feel natural.
Radical Fish Games’ 2D action RPG CrossCode is out now. After three years in Early Access, the full version is available for RPGamers to check out on PC, Mac, and Linux.
After nearly seven years in development and over three years in Early Access, CrossCode is nearly ready to launch. Developer Radical Fish Games will still be working on the game to add some free extra content after launch, however.