Hades - Release Date, Time and Price on PS4/PS5 and Xbox Game Pass

By Sam Woods

August 11, 2021

Last year, Roguelike Hades escaped early access and set the world alight on the PC and Nintendo Switch.

Supergiants’ super-stylish mythological action title was praised for its slick gameplay, fantastic visuals and interesting characters, leading it to win many “Game of the Year” awards, including ours here at DualShockers.

As stated, the title was initially only released on PC and the Switch, however, earlier this year, it was announced the title would be coming to the PS4, PS5 and Xbox systems, as well as Xbox Game Pass.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Hades release time on the above consoles and Microsoft’s subscription service.

Hades – Announcement Trailer

Hades – Announcement Trailer

Hades Release Date and Time on Xbox and Xbox Game Pass

According to the official Xbox Store in the UK, Hades will be releasing on Friday, August 13 at midnight BST.

The US Store paints a slightly different picture, showing that Hades has a release time of 5 am ET/2 am PT.

Hades Release Date and Time on PS4 and PS5

Unfortunately, while the date is the same on PS4 and PS5 (Friday, August 13) the PlayStation Store doesn’t confirm a release time yet.

It’s safe to assume that Hades will be dropping at midnight in player’s own time zones as this is the norm for PlayStation titles.

We’ll update this post should anything more official be confirmed.

Hades Price

On the Xbox Store, Hades is priced at £20.99 in the UK and £$24.99 in the US. However, it should be noted that subscribers to Xbox Game Pass can access the game with their subscriptions.

The price of the game on PlayStation is marginally different, coming in at £19.99 in the UK and $24.99 in the US.

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Sam Woods

Sam is the Managing Editor at DualShockers. He's been playing video games for as long as he can remember and you can regularly find him on his Nintendo Switch. When he's not playing games, he'll no doubt be suffering watching his beloved Ipswich Town.

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