Xbox One's Chaotic Sports Game #IDARB Could Come to PS4
Developer says exclusivity deal with Microsoft is only for six months.
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He writes on Twitter that #IDARB has about six-month exclusivity deal with Microsoft, meaning a PlayStation version could be released as early as this summer. He also talked cross-play and the possibility of a new map or mode for the game launching sometime in the future.
@hawkinslusarski eventually we'll get there. We are exclusive for about six months on Xbox. Crossplay... Maybe. Gotta invest time on that!— Mike Mika (@MikeJMika) March 12, 2015
#IDARB is somewhat tough to explain, but basically, your objective is to get the ball into your opponent's goal. Action is fast-paced and frenetic, and it supports up to eight players. Check out the video above to see the game in action. GameSpot's 8/10 #IDARB review praised the game's simple and engaging controls, as well as its humor, among other things.
"It stands as proof that all it takes to make a fantastic game, even with today's available technology, is a solid set of core gameplay mechanics with inherent depth," reviewer Tyler Hicks wrote.
The game is available for free right now on Xbox One for Xbox Live Gold subscribers. It's also coming to PC, though a release date has not been announced.
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