As Dusk Falls: A New Adventure Game That Hides Some Dark Secrets!

It is possible that new exclusive Xbox games will not be developed by companies that are members of the Xbox Game Studios. In the case of As Dusk Falls, a new IP presented during the 2020 Xbox Games Showcase for upcoming Xbox Series X titles, this is the case.

What is As Dusk Falls?

Developed by Interior/Night and published by Xbox Game Studios, As Dusk Falls is a brand-new intellectual property. It's characterized as an “Interactive Drama” and it's likely to be comparable to previous games from Quantic Dream and Supermassive, such as Heavy Rain and Until Dawn, in terms of gameplay.

As Dusk Falls

The game is presented in a form reminiscent of graphic novels, and it makes use of both 2D and 3D technologies to achieve this. The story begins in 1999 in Arizona, when a robbery goes horribly wrong, resulting in the collision of two families. The game then tracks the progression of these characters over the course of the next 30 years.

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Platform Support

No, As Dusk Falls, which is being published by Xbox Game Studios, will not be released on the PlayStation 5, but will release on PC via Xbox Game Pass for PC and Steam.

As Dusk Falls release date

There is no release date or even a time frame for the game at this time. According to Matt Booty, Head of Xbox Game Studios, titles released during the first year of the Xbox Series X's availability will be made available on the Xbox One.

As Dusk Falls

Because As Dusk Falls is coming to Xbox One, we can speculate that the game will be released sometime in 2021 at the earliest.

As soon as we learn more, we'll be sure to share it with you. After Dark Falls will be available for Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC in the near future. It will be included in Xbox Game Pass, just like all of the other Xbox Game Studios titles will be.

Final Words

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