Core Keeper is Coming to PlayStation and Xbox in Summer 2024, Sells More Than 2 Million Copies on PC

Co-op survival crafting game Core Keeper is coming to all consoles on the same day as exiting its Early Access phase on PC.

Alongside the recent announcement of the Nintendo Switch release for Core Keeper, developer Pugstorm has announced that the game will also be making its way on to the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S in summer 2024.

The console release of the game, which you can check out in the trailer below, will be out on the same day as the PC version of Core Keeper gets its 1.0 update, leaving Early Access. The console release of Core Keeper will also be getting a physical release on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation and Xbox consoles.

The studio has also revealed that Core Keeper has been quite successful, having sold more than 2 million copies during its Early Access release on Steam.

Core Keeper revolves around players setting off into a mysterious cavern and discovering the eponymous Core. Players will then have to explore their surroundings to find materials, craft equipment and weapons, and ultimately, make their way through progressively stronger enemies and take on boss fights.