Microsoft Has Announced All Four Xbox Games Coming Soon To PlayStation

And they're about what you'd expect!

Hot on the heels of revealing that both Pentiment and Grounded are coming to the Nintendo Switch, Xbox has now revealed all four of its previously-exclusive titles coming to PlayStation, as promised in the recent update from Phil Spencer and crew.

As anyone could have reasonably predicted, the four games are Obsidian’s Pentiment (which is out today!) and Grounded as well as Bethesda’s Hi-Fi RUSH and Rare’s Sea of Thieves – the very first time the studio has released a game on PlayStation. Grounded and Sea of Thieves will both support cross-platform play, hopefully giving their communities a massive injection of new players.

Excitingly, Bethesda has also announced separately that Hi-Fi RUSH will be getting a physical release on both Xbox and PS5 at a later date in collaboration with Limited Run Games.

Here’s everything to know about these four releases, including release dates, in Microsoft’s own words via the Xbox Wire blog:


From Obsidian Entertainment, a truly unique, critically acclaimed, and award-winning narrative adventure game with a striking visual style inspired by history itself will be coming to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 today.

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The award-winning and beloved rhythm-based action game where the world syncs to the music from Tango Gameworks/Bethesda Softworks will be coming to PlayStation 5 on March 19th at 11AM AEDT, with pre-purchase available on PlayStation 5 digital storefronts today.


Also from Obsidian Entertainment – a co-op survival adventure phenomenon that has welcomed 20 million players into the backyard, will be coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on April 16. Cross play will be supported across Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch and PC.

Sea of Thieves

The shared-world adventure game from Rare, will be coming to PlayStation 5 on April 30 – and will be available to wishlist by PlayStation 5 players starting today, February 22. Having built a passionate community of more than 35 million players from around the world, the support of cross play for Xbox, PlayStation and PC will allow players to experience epic pirate adventures with friends on more platforms.