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Oddworld: Soulstorm Is Being Ported to Xbox, ESRB Confirms

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PlayStation is on the brink of losing yet another popular exclusive to the Xbox storefront, a recent review has suggested. The title this time around is, of course, Oddworld: Soulstorm, which only released on PlayStation back in April. Only now, with ESRB confirming the notion through a review for Xbox, it’s looking as though Microsoft could very well be lining up to claim yet another PlayStation exclusive.

The downside to this recent discovery is that the official release date has yet to be announced. And on top of that, no stage has been set to explore the transition either. Of course, all fingers point to E3 2021 for the update, seeing as Microsoft is set to make a reel of announcements over the course of the event. And so, judging by the facts already put out on the table, it’s looking as though Oddworld: Soulstorm could land on Xbox consoles as early as July. But don’t take our word on that.

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Another question that looms around this transition is whether or not Oddworld: Soulstorm will hit Xbox Game Pass. Again, with little concrete data to go on, the final destination for the popular game ultimately lies with Oddworld Inhabitants and Microsoft. That being said, it’s definitely good news all around for Microsoft fans. Come July (fingers crossed), an excellent PlayStation game will be gift wrapped and bundled up for the Xbox user base. What more could we want?

“Soulstorm is set on the fictional planet Oddworld and a continent called Mudos. Mudos is inhabited by various sapient races and plenty of merely sentient ones. The Glukkons run the continent’s industry and use the Mudokons as expendable slave labor. Soulstorm picks up directly after the events of New ‘n’ Tasty.”

According to ESRB, Oddworld: Soulstorm will arrive on both Xbox One and Xbox Series S/X.

Jord is an aspiring journalist and self-published author, as well as a lover of all things gaming and media.

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