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Fix Your Eye Patch As Pixel Piracy Sails To PS4, Xbox One On February 16th


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.

Chris Priestman