Prepare to have a serious conversation with your friends about your (subpar) communicating skills as Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is returning to consoles weekly.
Originally released on a myriad of distinct VR compatible devices, Steel Crate Games previously announced the bomb disposal game would be coming to consoles back June. Now, via a post on the programmer ’s official Twitter accounts, it was announced that the game may arrive on consoles following week.
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes has been coming to consoles August 16-17!
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— Prevent Talking Game 🔜 consoles!
Seeing as the name was formerly only available to those with VR compatible apparatus, Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes’ console launch stipulates the game having a fresh lease on a lifetime. Rather than forcing your party guests to audience on your gaming rig (or even PlayStation VR), then Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes‘ console release permits players along with partygoers alike to go through the game in the comfort of their living area. With this exponential broadening of its potential viewers, Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes currently has the chance to solidify its position as a home party must-have.
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is currently readily available for Oculus VR, PlayStation VR, Gear VR, Daydream, PC, OS X, and Linux. The game will soon be available on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 on August 16th, coming to Xbox One one day after on August 17th.