A direct look at the new upgrades.
What you need to know
- Control: Ultimate Edition includes all of the DLC packs released for the base game.
- It also includes a next-generation upgrade for players on the newest consoles.
- Control Ultimate Edition’s next-gen upgrade is coming digitally in February 2021.
Unlike the base version of Control, the previously announced Control Ultimate Edition includes a free next-generation upgrade, allowing players to experience the game at its best on the Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PS5. These next-gen versions of the game are now set to release on February 2, 2021 for digital owners, with a physical release on March 2, 2021.
Control: Ultimate Edition supports two different modes on high-end consoles — a 60 FPS performance mode and a 30 FPS mode with ray-tracing, both of which are features that simply weren’t possibly on the lower-end consoles when the game first released in 2019. You can check out both modes in action thanks to some footage Remedy Entertainment shared earlier:
Control Ultimate Edition comes to PS5 and Xbox Series X|S with a 60fps Performance Mode and 30fps Graphics Mode (with ray-tracing)
While we work on the full trailer, enjoy a sneak peek of both modes, recorded on PS5.
Digital launch: Feb 2, 2021
Retail launch: March 2, 2021 pic.twitter.com/5CZOczBHky
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Control passed 2 million copies sold as of November 2020 and is now available in Xbox Game Pass. It’s just the base version though, not the Ultimate Edition that will be getting the next-generation upgrade.
Control: Ultimate Edition also includes the various DLC packs released earlier this year, including the AWE expansion, or Altered World Event, which editor Carli Velocci found somewhat lacking in her review.
The Oldest House
Control: Ultimate Edition
What mysteries are waiting?
Control: Ultimate Edition follows the adventures of Jesse Faden as she becomes the Director of the Bureau. Just what does that mean? What kinds of stories are waiting in these always-changing halls? That’s what you’ll have to figure out.