Rebel Galaxy Outlaw

Double Damage has revealed that Rebel Galaxy Outlaw will arrive on Xbox One, as well as the previously confirmed Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 ports.

However, the game is unlikely to arrive on Microsoft’s console until after the other two, for which the ports are already almost complete.

Unfortunately, the PS4 and Switch versions will miss their targeted 2019 release window due to the rating and certification processes. Double Damage has not yet provided an updated window, but has promised that a new roadmap for the game will be available in January.

Hopefully included in that will be more information about the already announced free content update.

Rebel Galaxy Outlaw has been available on PC since August, attracting a Metacritic average score of 77.

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