Steel Crate Games' bomb defusing game Keep Talking And Nobody Explodes will be heading to the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch this summer according to a tweet from the game's official account.
In Keep Talking And Nobody Explodes, two players take on the roles of a bomb disposal team. One player takes control of the game and must work to disarm a bomb with multiple different modules, each of which act as a sort of miniature puzzle game. The other player has the "bomb defusal manual", a book that instructs them on how to solve the various different modules in any bomb. The catch is that the manual-wielding player is not allowed to look at the screen and the bomb-defusing player is not allowed to look at the manual - all communication must take place by talking in an asymmetric information scenario (hence the game's title).
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is already on a whole bunch of different platforms including PlayStation VR, but it has yet to make its way to the current generation of consoles as a non-VR title. That will be changing this summer. The game will be made available for the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. There's no word on what it will cost, but the PSVR version is priced equally to the Steam version at $14.99 so odds are strong that it will maintain a similar price point for this next wave of releases.
If you don't yet own Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes, you can buy it for the PC via Steam or the Humble Store [Affiliate Link] for $14.99 or your regional equivalent. You can also grab it for VR in the Oculus Store or for the PlayStation VR via the PlayStation Store at the same price point.
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