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Autonauts Launches on Xbox, PlayStation, and Switch Consoles

Curve Games and developer Denki Studios today released on consoles their base-building, management, and automation sim, Autonauts. Today’s launch brings the BAFTA award-winning title to Xbox, PlayStation, and Nintendo Switch.

A brand-new Autonauts player experience is available for owners of current popular consoles. Fans and newcomers will enjoy an evolved tutorial and structure that enables players to refine their coding skills quickly and effectively. Players code mechanical helpers and show them what to do, step-by-step. Coded tasks may include cooking, farming, mining, and construction.

The game combines coding, crafting, simulation, world-building, production-line, and resource management to create an evolving autonomous paradise. Once coded and deployed, players can sit back and watch their automations carry out their duties.

Previously in October 2019, Autonauts released on PC. Since then the game has garnered over 2800 reviews on Steam with an 89% of the reviews being positive.

Autonauts is now available on PS4 and PS5 from the PlayStation Store, Nintendo Switch from the Nintendo eShop, and Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S from Microsoft for $19.99. The game previously launched on Windows PC via Humble Bundle and Steam for $19.99. Follow @Automationauts on Twitter, join the Autonauts Discord, or visit the game’s page on the developer’s website at for more information.

Autonauts – Out Now on Consoles | Curve Games

Curve Games (@curvegames Twitter) is a leading publisher of games on PC and consoles. Founded in 2005 by Jason Perkins, the company is a British video game publisher based in London, England. Since 2013 the company has been working with game developers to bring their games to the global market with hits such as Dear Esther and Human: Fall Flat. The publisher has also won awards such as the Indie Games Publisher of the Year at the 2018 and 2019 MCV Awards.

Denki Studios (@denkigames Twitter) is a video game developer based in Dundee, Scotland. Founded in 2000 by four developers from the now defunct DMA Design, the studio has worked in digital interactive television or DiTV. In addition the studio has worked on other gaming platforms.

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