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‘Dauntless’ Confirmed For Consoles, Coming In 2019

Dauntless is coming to the Epic Games Store, PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and mobile, with cross-platform play ‘Dauntless’ Confirmed For Consoles, Coming In 2019
Cecil Davis | 07 December, 2018, 23:43

The visual style, as you can see from the trailer above, feels a lot like Fortnite's cartoon-like look, which should do the game no harm in the eyes of the millions of people who already play and enjoy Epic's world-beating online title.

Between platforms, you will also carry all your unlocks and progression, so you can play at home, then take the game on the go with Switch or mobile.

During the Game Awards tonight, the developer announced that it will be launching Dauntless for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in April 2019.

Similar to Monster Hunter World, players will be to forge new weapons and armor and add buffs to their gear as they work together to discover the best strategy for taking down the huge variety of beasts.

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"One Dauntless will provide players with a universal ecosystem centered around their personal Dauntless experience". The studio notes that it's their goal to provide "seamless cross-platform play, progression and account management across all platforms, worldwide". The PlayStation 4 and XBox One versions of "One Dauntless" are expected to launch in April 2019, with Switch and mobile launch dates coming alone later in 2019.

"At Phoenix Labs we define ourselves through a transparent development relationship with our community and strong focus on inclusivity, both at the studio and in our game", said studio co-founder Jesse Houston. The next major content update, Frostfall, will reshape the Shattered Isles starting December 6.

Not only will bringing Dauntless to new platforms help expand the game's audience, but it's also part of Phoenix Labs' One Dauntless initiative. And yes, you're right, it does sound an bad lot like Monster Hunter.