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Planet Coaster: Console Edition up for pre-order, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S launch title

Planet Coaster July 2020
Planet Coaster July 2020 (Image credit: Frontier Developments)

What you need to know

  • Planet Coaster is one of the best modern theme park games, with an absurd amount of customization and editor tools.
  • The game is now making its way to consoles, with pre-orders available for Xbox One, and Xbox Series X and S.
  • There are two editions to choose from, with the Deluxe Edition including addition rides in the form of collections.
  • Planet Coaster: Console Edition releases November 10, 2020 with Smart Delivery, making it a launch title for Xbox Series X and S.

Planet Coaster: Console Edition has been known to be coming to Xbox consoles for a while now, and has even boasted that a free next-gen upgrade is planned for the anticipated theme park-building title. Now, we have a release date as well as pre-order information for Planet Coaster: Console Edition, and it's all good news from here on out.

Planet Coaster: Console Edition arrives on Xbox on November 10, 2020, officially making it another launch title for the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, and it also supports Smart Delivery, meaning there will be next-gen enhancements here day one, which is absolutely fantastic to see. Interested players can also pre-order Planet Coaster: Console Edition right now, with two editions to choose from.

Anyone who pre-orders will get "Oswald's Magnificent Machine," a new ride, while those who splurge a little on the slightly more expensive Deluxe Edition will also get the Classic and Magnificent Rides Collections, giving you some extra rides to place in your parks.

Pre-order the game now to be sure you're ready to play and design the best theme park possible in video games on November 10, 2020, even if you're setting up your brand-new Xbox Series X or S.

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Zachary Boddy
Zachary Boddy

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