Dauntless Announced for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch at The Games Awards

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During The Game Awards 2018 event, developer Phoenix Labs has announced that Dauntless is coming to PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Mobile devices in 2019. Check out the The Game Awards trailer below.

Dauntless is a free-to-play Action RPG and it has been available on PC for a long time. It was only revealed today as it is making its console and mobile debut next year. Apart from consoles including PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch, Dauntless is also heading to Android and iOS devices as well as Epic Games Store.

Another important announcement about the game was that after the multi-console release, Dauntless will support ‘One Dauntless’ initiative which means that the game will support cross-play across all devices and the player progress and account settings will be synced across all devices no matter where they play the game.

This shows that after Fortnite, Dauntless wants to be the next PS4 game that supports such a wide cross-platform support. Players can pick any of their devices and play Dauntless on it without losing their settings or progress in the game. This is a very bold step by the developer but it greatly benefits the player as they are not bound to one device to play their favorite game.

Dauntless was launched as a beta on PC in May, 2018 and it pits players against giant behemoth monsters. The game features different characters each with their own unique weapons and move sets. Players can pick any of the characters which suits their play style. Currently a special winter FrostFall is in progress which brings winter festivities to the game.

The game is already free on PC so if players want to jump in the action they can start playing the game

Dauntless is slated for an April 2019 release across PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and mobile devices. The Epic Games Store version will also be released in April.

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