Hades is Now Available On PlayStation and Xbox

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August 13, 2021

Supergiant Games and Private Division announced that Hades, winner of over 50 Game of the Year awards, is now available on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4, Xbox X|S and Xbox One consoles. The physical editions of Hades are also available in the Philippines on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4.

The physical edition of Hades includes a character compendium booklet as well as a redeemable code for a digital soundtrack. The first-run prints of the retail PlayStation copies will include an eye-catching metallic foil detailing across the cover art, perfect for individuals looking to add a standout piece to their shelf.

Playing Hades on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S results in a technical boost, with the action running at 4K at a target 60fps. Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of the game perform at 1080p at a target 60fps. In addition, Hades features enhanced controller vibration and lighting on the PlayStation 5 DualSense controller.

Hades is available for an MSRP of PHP 1,580 for the physical edition. All PlayStation 4 versions of Hades, include a free upgrade to the digital PS5 version. The Xbox versions of Hades use Smart Delivery, allowing access to both the Xbox One title and the Xbox Series X|S title. You can order the physical edition from the Private Division store or other retailers.

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