Hi-Rez Studios' Rogue Company made quite the splash when it launched last year. The free-to-play 4v4 team-based multiplayer was a hit on all platforms with officially releasing on PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One on 1st October.
A Xbox Series X|S Optimized version was released for Microsoft's console on 25th November featuring improved graphical fidelity including an 4k/120 fps performance mode.
Now, in a some-what surprising announcment (in the sense that we hadn't heard anything about it before), Hi-Rez Studios have revealed that a PlayStation 5 release is on the way and it will be out soon, on the 30th March.
The new version will, like the next-gen Xbox offering, give players two graphic options when playing the game. A 4K/60FPS with improved graphics or the 4K/120FPS performance mode.
PlayStation 5 owners had been able to play Rogue Company before but only through backwards compatibility with the PlayStation 4 version.
What's more those migrating from PlayStation 4 to 5 will also keep all their account progress with the game being free-to-upgrade and for those jumping in for the first time, free-to-play.
Rogue Company continues to go from strength to strength a February update marked the start of Season 1, as well as introducing the game's first battle pass.