If you like unique RPG games with adventure testing your skills to their darkest corners, Kenshi is for you. Developed and published by Lo-Fi Games, this title was showered with love by the players on Steam after it received overwhelmingly positive reviews. Moreover, the game has also been able to collect critical acclamation from reputed gaming critics. It explores different genres of action, RPG, simulation, and strategy altogether. After coming out in December 2018, it has been getting updates continuously till now. Moreover, the second installment of the game, which is the prequel to the first part, is also under development according to the CEO of Lo-Fi games. However, as of now, Kenshi is only available only in one platform, which is Microsoft Windows. So, is there a release date of Kenshi for consoles?
Kenshi PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One & Nintendo Switch Release Date
Before pondering about the release of the game on PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch consoles, we have to keep a few things in mind. The first thing is that Kenshi is in an indie title. This means Lo-Fi games have limited development resources. Therefore, it won’t be easy to port the game into so many platforms in such a short period.
Secondly, the parallel development of Kenshi 2 is also in line. This means the developer at Lo-Fi is already focusing on a bigger project which has yet to see a release date. Moreover, in the initial years when the development of Kenshi 2 began, it shifted to Unreal Engine. On top of that, Kenshi is still getting developer support and constant patches and updates. For an indie studio, Lo-Fi Games already has way too much on its plate.
Therefore, it would be quite unfair to expect a release of Kenshi on consoles. However, we cannot also be hopeless as the developers of the game might be considering porting the game to consoles as it is already successful in the PC domain. On the contrary, it would be interesting to see if a console version of the game comes out any time soon as there is no official confirmation regarding this subject. However, until then you can keep visiting Androidgram as we will be updating this article as soon as any update hits regarding the release of Kenshi on consoles.