Project Spark”, the ambitious game creation platform that empowers players to build their own interactive worlds, now has a release date. While the game is currently in open beta on Xbox One and Windows 8.1, aspiring game developers can get their hands on the final version of “Project Spark” from 10th October in Europe (7th October in the Americas and 9th October in Asia-Pacific countries).
The Xbox One disc edition, dubbed the “Project Spark Starter Pack”, will be loaded with an incredible collection of premium content for £29.99 which includes the first sci-fi pack “Galaxies: First Contact”, the warrior champion Sir Haakon “Hawk” the Knight, “Champions Quest: Void Storm”, the first episode of an epic campaign adventure, and more. The Starter Pack will provide immediate access to some of the best paid content, features, and add-ons in a single package.
All the content included in the disc version will also be available digitally for Xbox One and Windows 8.1 on launch day.
“Project Spark” has made a name for itself as one of the most unique, innovative games available, and can be downloaded for free on Xbox One and Windows 8.1. Players can then expand their experience by purchasing additional in-game content. The beta has been going strong since December of last year, and with the launch of “Project Spark Starter Park” the game will officially move out of beta to full release.
Creators that have been playing, creating, unlocking, and enjoying the existing beta on Windows 8.1 or Xbox One will simply receive an update – so credits, creations, and favourite levels will remain intact.
The “Project Spark” beta program is now available in the Xbox One marketplace or Windows 8 Store. Join millions of other creators and players in “Project Spark” at www.projectspark.com, or follow the conversation on Twitter with #projectspark or on the “Project Spark” Facebook page.
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