Control: Ultimate Edition Won’t Be Arriving On Xbox Series X And PS5 Until Next Year

With the launch of both Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 fast approaching, many are making final preparations about what it is they’re going to be playing on their shiny, new consoles. One thing they won’t be playing, until next year at least, is Control: Ultimate Edition.

In a recent tweet, developer Remedy Entertainment confirmed that the next-generation upgrades for the award-winning Control have been pushed to 2021. Although no release date had been confirmed, the developer had previously given a release window of “end of 2020”.

“We want the final quality of the game to be awesome,” the developer said. “So we need a bit more time to work on it. Thank you for your understanding and patience!”

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Although unfortunate, we’re sure everyone would much rather play the game in all of its glory early next year. The game has been the subject of some controversy in recent months, after the game’s publisher opted to go down a paid path for the upgrade, rather than gift the next-gen upgrade like many other publishers.