Humankind is heading to console in November, will be on Game Pass

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Humankind is going to be released on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Amplitude Studios has confirmed. The release date is set for November 4th with the game available on Xbox Game Pass day one. No confirmation if it will also be hitting the highest tier of PS Plus as well. These ports are being handled by Aspyr Media, which have recently handled ports of Star Wars Racer, Star Wars Republic Commando, and Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic. You can check out the announcement trailer for Humankind console edition below.


“As big fans of Humankind, we’re ecstatic to partner with Sega and Amplitude to bring this amazing game to new audiences” said Michael Blair, Senior Director of Business Development “With our history in this space, we know that we’ll be able to deliver a deep strategy experience that really shines on consoles.”

In addition to the Humankind console release news, Amplitude revealed and released the Cultures of Latin America DLC pack for £6.99/$8.99/€8.99. This pack contains:

  • 6 New Cultures: Caralans, Nazca, Taíno, Inca, Argentinians, and Cubans
  • 6 New Wonders: Pyramid of the Sun – Teotihuacan, Maracana Stadium, Salar de Uyuni, Salto Angel, Lençóis Maranhenses, and the Atacama Desert.
  • 9 Independent Peoples
  • 15 Narrative Events
  • 30+ New in-game themed music tracks composed by Arnaud Roy

The Bolivar patch was also released which has reworked the surrender system, rebalanced war support modifiers, infrastructure yield previews, and more unique wonder effects.

In our review for Humankind, Jason wrote, “HUMANKIND is as deep as you could possibly want from a 4X strategy game, but the constant addition of new things to think about never feels overwhelming because everything’s explained so well, and often with a good bit of humour too. It’s an excellent game, and if you’ve never delved into the 4X genre before, this might be your best chance to do so.”

Source: Press Release

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