Xbox brings four fan-favorite exclusives to Nintendo Switch and PlayStation

Today, Xbox revealed that four popular Xbox games are heading to Nintendo Switch and Sony platforms this spring. This news follows a hint dropped on a recent official Xbox podcast.

The games are expanding to reach more players and communities. Here’s what’s coming:

1. Pentiment from Obsidian Entertainment, a narrative adventure game with a unique visual style, will arrive on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch on February 22.

2. Hi-Fi RUSH, a rhythm-based action game from Tango Gameworks/Bethesda Softworks, will hit PlayStation 5 on March 19 (midnight UTC), with pre-purchase available on PlayStation 5 digital storefronts on February 22.

3. Grounded, another creation from Obsidian Entertainment, a co-op survival adventure game, will land on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch on April 16, alongside cross-play support across multiple platforms.

4. Sea of Thieves, an adventure game from Rare, will set sail for PlayStation 5 on April 30, with PlayStation 5 players able to wishlist it starting February 22.

Xbox emphasized its commitment to cross-play support across Xbox, PlayStation, and PC, allowing players to enjoy adventures together across platforms. These games join other franchises like Minecraft, Call of Duty, Overwatch, and Diablo in reaching players on multiple platforms.

Additionally, Xbox teased upcoming titles like Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II, Avowed, Indiana Jones and the Great Circle, and more, coming to Xbox Series X|S, PC, Xbox Cloud Gaming, and Xbox Game Pass this year.

Announcing the updates, Matt Booty, President, Game Content & Studios, Xbox, said:

At Xbox, our aim is to craft games that ignite inspiration, offer entertainment, and foster connections among players globally. As both a publisher and platform, we remain dedicated to reaching players wherever they may be, by expanding access to games across diverse audiences and devices. Central to our mission are our players and the dynamic communities they cultivate around their cherished games.