Looking for release dates of Voice of Cards: The isle Dragon Roars on XBox? As of now, there’s no Xbox version of the game. If you have a PC, PS4, PS5, or Nintendo Switch, you can start playing the game already. The turn-based role-playing game is entirely represented through cards. It impressed a lot of RPG fans and critics. However, if you like games that are playable for days and months, Voice of Cards may not be for you. The main campaign is single-player only and is a little over 10 hours long. You can choose to be lenient and take your time to finish it, but it is still a very short campaign.
Although most players liked the game, some didn’t like the fact that the developers didn’t take advantage of the full potential of such an idea. Well, if you are still planning to buy the game, we recommend you try the demo first to avoid inconvenience. But, if you are planning to play the game on Xbox, we suggest you read this article before you decide to buy the game at all.
Is there a Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars Xbox Series X/S & Xbox One Release Date?
Voice of Cards doesn’t have a dedicated version for PlayStation 5 but is still playable on it. PS5 supports backwards compatibility and hence a vast majority of PS4 games are playable on PS5. However, the developers warn that some content of PS4’s version may be missing on PS5. Considering the game’s availability on both PS4 and PS5, it can be assumed that the game could be easily released on Xbox One and Series X|S. After all, both Xbox and PlayStation are incredibly popular among console owners. But, will there be a Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars Xbox version? Is there a release date for the same? Keep reading to know.
As of now, the developers have not confirmed any Xbox version for the newest Japanese RPG. We tried to look for predicted release dates, but there doesn’t seem to be any. Considering the radio silence regarding an Xbox release, it is even possible that Voice of Cards will never release on Xbox. However, it is too soon to predict anything. For more articles on Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars and other video games, stay tuned to Androidgram!