Developer Quadro Delta has announced that it’s bringing its pirate simulation RPG Pixel Piracy to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on February 16th. It’ll cost $14.99.
Re-Logic, the creators of Terraria, are the publishers of Pixel Piracy, while 505 Games – who handled the console ports of Terraria – are porting it to PS4 and Xbox One.
These console versions will have all the major updates of the PC version, including: “a new tutorial to ease you into the world of piracy, a completely restructured skill tree, revamped RPG stat system, overhauled AI, fully integrated weather system and a ton of new weapons, items, skills, and bounties.”
It’ll also have a new user interface, captain behavior, and character customization, as well as a console-specific control system.
Pixel Piracy launched on Steam in April 2015 after its Early Access period and has proven pretty darn popular – it currently has over 5,300 user reviews with an overall “Mostly Positive” rating.
It lets you gather your crew, build a ship, sail the seas, and fight other pirates in ship-to-ship combat in a randomly generated world.