Like many games, Journey To The Savage Planet just disappeared from Stadia (it was buggy anyway), the service of Google recently closed its doors, but the title narrowly escaped. It was developed by Typhoon Studiosacquired by Stadia Games & Entertainmentwhich therefore no longer operates, but former developers have founded Raccoon Logic and retrieved the license. Phew.
Still edited by 505 Games, Journey to the Savage Planet will return to the front of the stage next month in an edition Employee of the month on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. It will include the base game, but also the updates released since the release and even the Hot Garbage DLC. The latest generation consoles will be able to display an image up to native 4K or upscaled with modes Performance Where Chart. And if you already have the game on PS4 or Xbox One, updating to that edition Employee of the month will be free. Alex Hutchinson, Creative Director of Raccoon Logiccomments:
We’ve been through an acquisition, we’ve been fired, we’ve started a new company and bought out the game’s IP, and somehow the Employee of the Month edition of our wacky game is finally hitting the shelves. new generation consoles. We thank everyone who supported us, especially you, dear employee. No matter who you are, if there’s one thing for sure, it’s that you’re our favorite.
Journey to the Savage Planet: Employee of the Month Edition will be available from February 14, 2023, for €29.99 if you don’t already have the base game. Otherwise, it is already available at the same price on Amazon right now.
Writer – Tester