Port Royale 4 Heads to Xbox Series X|S and PS5 on September 10

Port Royale 4 Heads to Xbox Series X|S and PS5 on September 10

Publisher Kalypso Media and developer Gaming Minds Studios have announced Port Royale 4 heads to Xbox Series X|S and PS5 on September 10.

When Port Royale 4 heads to Xbox Series X|S and PS5 on September 10, the game will be a free upgrade to owners of the original game on Xbox One or PS4. Port Royale 4 was originally released across Windows PC (via Steam and Kalypso Store), Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4.

The next-gen version of Port Royale 4 for both Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 includes upgraded 4K visuals on Xbox Series X (1080p on Xbox Series S) and PS5, cross-gen save capability, and real-time cloud rendering, giving players the most detailed and true-to-life 17th century trading experience to date. An Extended Edition will also be sold at retail.

Here’s a new trailer:

Here’s a rundown on the game:

Set sail and join the colonial powers of SpainEnglandFrance and the Netherlands in their fight for supremacy of the Caribbean in the 17th century.
In ‘Port Royale 4’ you will take control of a colony as a young and ambitious governor who is eager to learn what it takes to manage and grow his small settlement into a bustling trader city.

Develop production chains connecting multiple islands and create complex trade routes across the Caribbean, covering the ever-growing needs of the respective cities. Make use of the detailed sea map to avoid stormy weather regions, cliffs or shallow waters. Fulfill tasks for your nation’s viceroy, earning more fame to unlock town buildings, ships and more. Conquer the cities of rival nations or hunt down their fleets with a letter of marque while also keeping a keen eye out for pirates and other privateers.

For the first time in the series, naval battles will be turn-based, with up to 8 ships battling at one time and tactical captain maneuvers that can turn the tide in even the most hopeless of situations for a glorious victory.

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