PC, PS4, Switch, Xbox One

Death Road to Canada Encourages You to Survive PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch this Spring

It had only made its way to iOS, but many were still eagerly anticipating console versions of the game. Those of you waiting’t need to do this for more, as   UKIYO Publishing announced today they are working with developers   Rocketcat Games and Madgarden to release Death Road to Canada on PS4, Xbox One, along with Nintendo Switch this Spring.

As stated by the developers, the console variants of Death Road to Canada will include all of the updates and content present in the PC version, therefore console players will be getting exactly the identical fun experience   PC players have had for a year and a half. To coincide with this announcement, Kepa Auwae, Co-Founder of all Rocketcat Games commented eventually bringing Death Road to Canada into consoles:

“We think  Death Road To Canada is perfectly suited to be performed in either the home and on the move.   Single player is good of course, but the neighborhood co-op mode provides a more rapid, more tactical pace to the game. With the Nintendo Switch’s Joy Con controllers and the promise of couch play on PlayStation 4 along with Xbox One, we are proud to share the console experience of Death Road to Canada with players across the world. ”

The game prevalently  includes co-op, which means it’s possible to flee the US with your friends, but also has a  powerful story to maintain players spent in receiving their characters to Canada.

You can watch the announcement trailer to the console versions of this game below. Death Road to Canada is currently accessible on PC and iOS, also will release on PS4, Xbox One, also Nintendo Switch in April.

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