Night in The Woods News

Night in the Woods is getting a free Director's Cut update in December

Night in the Woods is getting a free Director's Cut update in December

Coming to Xbox One and "another console" too.

Developer Infinite Fall's celebrated narrative adventure Night in the Woods - a game of cute animals and crippling existential dread - is getting a "director's cut" on December 13th.

Known as the Weird Autumn Edition, the new version features (in the words of its creators) "a whole bunch of new content". The announcement trailer is marginally more illuminating, revealing that it will feature "new weird, new crimes, and old tales". Weird Autumn will be made available as a free update for existing PC and PS4 players on release day.

December 13th also marks Night in the Woods' Xbox One debut, where it will arrive in its new Weird Autumn guise. As a bonus, Xbox One and PC players will receive Longest Night and Lost Constellation, the two previously released supplemental games, on launch day. PS4 players, meanwhile, will get them a smidgeon later, in January 2018.

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Night In The Woods release date set for January

Cartoonish coming-of-age tale Night In The Woods is due on 10th January for PS4, PC, Mac and Linux, publisher Finji has announced.

The story of 20-year-old college dropout and depressed youth Mae the cat has been in the works for three years as it's the solitary effort of three people: Alec Holowka, Scott Benson and Bethany Hockenberry.

The game will be a narrative-driven experience about Mae moseying through life in her increasingly unfamiliar hometown of Possum Springs where the times, they are a-changin'. Throughout the game you'll have to choose how to spend your time, who to talk to, and what to say.

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