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Century: Age of Ashes Coming to Consoles in 2022

After making waves on the PC, Playwing Bordeaux aerial arena dragon-battler Century: Age of Ashes will come out for consoles and mobile platforms in 2022.

This title will be released for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. Note that this release will feature cross-play and cross-progression between PC and console players alike. One can also freely transfer all data from PC to any other platform of their choosing – or vice versa.

According to the Playwing team:

“We’ve received a lot of requests from our PC community and enthusiastic console players about a console release for Century: Age of Ashes. Community feedback is very important to us, and as we’re feeling confident our game is ready for its PC launch on December 2nd, 2021, we also want to excite console gamers with news of plans to release the game on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S in 2022. We’re also working on a mobile version that will launch later in 2022.”

A multiplayer arena shooter, Century: Age of Ashes has players choosing their class, mastering their dragon, and ruling the skies in fast-paced aerial combat.

For those unacquainted with the game, be sure to see this Gamescom trailer:

Century: Age of Ashes | Gamescom Trailer

Source: Press Release
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