DARQ: Complete Edition Hits New Consoles and Switch This Month

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By Billy Givens on March 16th, 2021


Unfold Games’ exploration-based puzzle title DARQ: Complete Edition is heading some new platforms this month. The psychological mind-bender will first become available on Nintendo Switch starting March 18 and will be followed by PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X versions on March 25, finally securing its place on every major gaming platform currently available.

Perhaps most exciting, however, is that anyone who already owns DARQ: Complete Edition on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One will be able to upgrade to the game’s new generation version completely free of charge. This enhanced version of the game will feature a mode which prioritizes 4k visuals while running at 30 FPS or a 1080p mode that reaches 60 FPS for silky smooth gameplay at the cost of some fidelity. In addition, PS5 owners will be able to take advantage of the DualSense’s haptics for a more immersive experience.

DARQ: Complete Edition includes the base game alongside its two post-launch DLCs, The Tower and The Crypt, giving players access to everything released thus far for this horror title about dreams, gravity, and deep puzzle solving. It goes without saying that, if you haven’t had a chance to dive into this award-winning indie title yet, grabbing this ultimate edition of will certainly be your best option for exploring main character Lloyd’s unstable mind.

A physical version of DARQ: Complete Edition will also launch for PS4, PS5, and Switch in the second quarter of 2021, but no confirmed date has been announced for that as of yet. In the meantime, you’ll have to make do with a digital copy for the reasonable asking price of $19.99 when it released on March 18 for Switch and March 25 for PS5 and Xbox Series X.

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