Undertale, the RPG game released in 2015, is coming to Xbox as of tomorrow via Game Pass. The game, which celebrated its 5th anniversary in September last year, received positive reviews from many gamers and authorities.
Toby Fox’s 2D 8-bit RPG game Undertale, released in 2015, is finally coming to Xbox via Game Pass. In a blog post released today, it was announced that the game, which is already available for PC in the Microsoft store, will come for Xbox One, Series X and Series S as of Tuesday, March 16.
As most of us know, Undertale is hardly new to the gaming world. The game, which celebrates the 5th anniversary of its release to PC in September last year, is about the battle between humans and creatures. The game, which has a nostalgic air, also managed to get full marks from many sections and authorities.
Undertale, an RPG genre that gets very good reviews for its different storylines and music, is about the battle between humans and creatures, as mentioned above. For a time, when humans and creatures lived in peace, war broke out with the deterioration of peace, and people become the winning side of the war.
With humans winning the war, monsters are imprisoned underground under a powerful spell. To overcome this spell, it is necessary to unite the spirit of a man and a monster, or to permanently break the barrier with seven human souls.
Our story begins one day when a man goes to this mountain where monsters live and falls down. This boy, Frisk, is also our main character in the game. We’re on a journey back into the mountain with Frisk, where we’ve fallen into the world of creatures.