Are you looking to get an idea of The Finals PS5 and The Finals Xbox and what each of the console versions will offer in comparison to the PC version? Well, let us take you through what Embark has revealed about these versions of the game and how they may or may not differ from what the studio can do on PC with the more flexible hardware.
With The Finals potentially set to become one of the best competitive FPS games and one of the best FPS games all-around console players are excited to see just what PC players have been experiencing with the playtests Embark has been holding. So, below, you can find out what we know so far.
Is The Finals coming to PS5 and Xbox?
The Finals is coming to PS5 and Xbox Series X|S, at the same time as the full PC release. We expect The Finals to release in late 2023, as the game has had a few playtests already and development seems to be going well.
If we get any official announcement for The Finals release date, we’ll be sure to update this guide.
Will The Finals PS5 and Xbox players get the same content as PC?
The game on PC and consoles (PS5 and Xbox Series X|S) will be identical to each other according to what Embark has signaled so far, with no differences between them. Of course, the PC version will be able to run at a higher resolution and frame rate than the console versions but everyone should get the same content.
When will we see The Finals PS5 and Xbox gameplay?
It isn’t clear when we will see gameplay for The Finals on PS5 and Xbox.
The Finals beta was held on PC in March and no console test has been confirmed yet, so we may be waiting a while for Embark to polish up the experience on PC. But, if we were to speculate, we think sometime around Summer Game Fest seems the most likely place to get our first glimpse of the game on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S.
That is what we know about The Finals PS5 and The Finals Xbox versions. For even more on the shooter, be sure to check out the latest on the game’s release plans with a The Finals free to play launch planned on both consoles and PC.