Scavengers Studio’s battle royale game Darwin Project, which that incorporates more viewer interaction into the experience, has had several Alphas and Betas on PC since it was revealed at Microsoft’s E3 2017 Press Conference. Those of you waiting to play until it hit Early Access and Xbox Game Preview won’t have to wait much longer, as the developers revealed today that Darwin Project will be hitting those aforementioned services on PC and Xbox One on March 9.
This March 9 release date delivers on the previously promised Q1 2018 release window for the game, and will also mark the first time Darwin Project is playable for the public on Xbox One. The game will only cost $14.99 on both platforms.
The Early Access/Xbox Game Preview release also fully incorporates everything that was tested out in the last open beta into the experience. This includes Spectator Interactions, which lets viewers vote on what the in-game Show Director will do, Private Matches, and a variety of other improvements. If you want to see all of the changes made, you can check out the most recent patch notes for Darwin Project.
The developers are also holding a Reddit AMA later today, so if you want ask them anything specific, that will likely be your best time to do so. Darwin Project is currently set to hit PC via Early Access and Xbox One through Xbox Game Preview on March 9. If you want to see our thoughts on an early build of the game, you can check out our preview from E3 2017.