Planet Coaster Coming to Consoles

Just days after the launch of Frontier’s newest title, Planet Zoo, comes an announcement for Planet Coaster coming to consoles. Planet Coaster is an amazing game on PC where you can build pretty much any ride you can dream of, and so it’s exciting that console users will get to experience this fantastic amusement park sim. Keep reading to find out more about this exciting news!

Frontier Developments plc (AIM: FDEV) today revealed Planet Coaster, the ultimate coaster park simulation game, will come to consoles in Summer 2020. Following great success on PC, Planet Coaster will join the Xbox One all-in-one games and entertainment system and PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system for fans and newcomers alike.

Planet Coaster: Console Edition brings all of the depth, strategy and customization found in the beloved PC game, allowing new players the chance to dream big and build bigger on their journey to simulation stardom while benefiting from the ongoing development since its original launch.

The living, breathing world of Planet Coaster combines physics driven realism, piece by piece construction and advanced simulation to offer control over every aspect of a park. The challenging yet rewarding sim tasks players to be the boss as they create the park of their dreams, full of thrills, chills and spills.

Players can build jaw dropping, white knuckle rollercoasters that challenge the law of physics and stomachs alike, place an empire of food, gift and merchandise shops, add exhilarating rides and hire a crack team of theme park staff to help deliver the ultimate experience for visitors in this sophisticated management simulation.

Planet Coaster: Console Edition comes to the Xbox One all-in-one games and entertainment system and PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Summer 2020.

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