Grim Dawn Definitive Editon is Coming to Xbox in December Eight Years After PC Release

Grim Dawn: Definitive Editon is Coming to Xbox in December, Eight Years After PC Release

Richard Walker

Indie ARPG, Grim Dawn: Definitive Edition, is due to hit Xbox next week, developer Crate Entertainment has announced. First released via early access for PC way back in 2013 (where it went on to sell 7 million copies), the Xbox version of Grim Dawn will include all DLC and updates, as well as a selection of enhanced features and additional content.

The game is known for its dual-class system, enabling you to combine Soldier, Demolitionist, Occultist, Nightblade, Arcanist, and Shaman classes with over 25 skills and modifiers. Loot of varying rarity is also available to collect, while the game's 35 quests feature choices and consequences, friendly or enemy factions to align with, and a world to help rebuild.

Roguelike dungeons and co-op multiplayer for up to four players are also included, alongside the Ashes of Malmouth and Forgotten Gods expansions, as well as the Crucible DLC. Grim Dawn: Definitive Edition will be coming to Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One on 3rd December, available for pre-order now, priced $54.99/£45.99.

  • I've already done my pre order, I'm very excited to play on Xbox.
  • I really enjoyed my time with this game when it first released on the PC. Looking forward to playing through it once more as not only have I not played it solo, but I haven't done any of the DLC's either...
  • own it on PC but never got around to playing it. I'll probably pick it up in a sale somewhere down the line.
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