We knew Deathloop would be a PS5 console exclusive. However, the trailer that ended the most recent trailer revealed that the period of exclusivity would end on September 14, 2022.
Deathloop Will Be a PS5 Console Exclusive Until At Least September 2022
Kotaku has spotted that Deathloop will be released on PS5 and PC one year after its release. This should give Xbox Series X/S users a rough idea of how long it would take to get the PS5 exclusive published by Bethesda, developed by Arkane Studios, and both now owned by Microsoft.
If all future Bethesda video games are available on Xbox Game Pass, then one can assume that Deathloop will also be available through Xbox Game Pass after the release period ends. This is, however, barring any restrictions.
Deathloop, the main topic of the most recent State of Play, saw over nine minutes of gameplay. The show also included the release date and reveal of Death Stranding: Book 2’s Director’s Cut.
Our hands-off preview for Deathloop showed that “The idea behind a Hitman level where you jump in to kill the target, but instead to discover ways to force them into moving to a different place so that you can blow their heads up simultaneously with another person is undeniably compelling.” Deathloop, with its supernatural assassin gameplay combined with top-tier level design, is one of the most intriguing propositions of the year.
Returnal without the painfully hard bosses
Deathloop’s map isn’t likely to change with your death. You will likely need it to remain the same to complete your missions.
It doesn’t appear that we will have to face six more super-challenging boss fights after watching how easily a target was eliminated in the trailer.
Although we might not believe our words when the game is released on PS5 (and only PS5) on September 14, 2021, this loop looks so good that it will be possible to see the end.