CrossCode: A New Home is Coming Very Soon

Radical Fish Games' latest title has had its release date revealed.

Published: February 17, 2021 10:47 AM /



CrossCode: A New Home is going to be releasing very shortly after two years of waiting since CrossCode's original launch. In fact, it'll be releasing on February 26 on PC, with console versions arriving this summer. Continuing right after the events of CrossCode, there will be 8-10 hours of new content, the biggest dungeon Radical Fish Games has ever created, and the opportunity to run over water.

Like the first game, players are Lea, and will be playing through her next chapter. Through the DLC, players will meet old friends, learn new words, and figure out the truth. There's also new ways that the elements will be used, as well as finally finishing the raid while listening to new tracks. 

As you can see by the graphics in the trailer, this game will work on a potato. In fact, this is what the developers state, saying "seriously, it can run on a potato." Of course, graphics aren't everything, but it's nice seeing developers cracking jokes about themselves once in a while. 

As DLC, CrossCode: A New Home will require the original title in order to play. If you are interested in trying out the indie action adventure RPG title, there's a free demo that you can try out. CrossCode itself will cost $19.99, with the DLC coming in at $8.99, which is pretty good considering you're supposedly getting 8-10 hours of content. It will be available on February 26 via Steam or GOG, or this summer if you're a console gamer. For more news on all things CrossCode, stay tuned to TechRaptor.

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