Dave The Diver Could Come To Xbox But There Are No Plans Yet

"We are open to expanding the platform and are eager to reach out to more players."

Story Highlights

  • Dave the Diver director Jaeho Hwang has said he is open to bringing the game to Xbox.
  • The dev said Mintrocket wants to reach more players and is open to expanding the platform.
  • However, there are currently no plans for the port as Mintrocket is a small studio.

Dave the Diver director Jaeho Hwang has revealed that he is open to bringing the hit indie title to Xbox consoles. While taking to True Achievements, the developer said that he is open to more ports of the game and is eager to let more fans play the Mintrocket title. But, as the studio is a small one, there isn’t any timeframe or roadmap to do so at this stage.

We are open to expanding the platform and are eager to reach out to more players. However, as we are a small team, we have yet to determine a timeframe or concrete plans at this stage.”

Hence, even though there aren’t any plans currently for Dave the Diver to be released on Xbox, it may come to the console in the future. The indie title follows passionate diver Dave, as he completes quests in addition to catching fish during the day and running his sushi restaurant at night. You can dive twice every day and must run the restaurant by utilizing the fish you have caught while the money you earn can be used to buy gear, hire employees, and unlock recipes.

First released on PC last year, the role-playing, management, and action video game from Mintrocket won hearts worldwide. Dave the Diver received universal acclaim from critics with its complex mechanics, engaging gameplay, and exploration getting high praise.

Dave the Diver
The indie title features a myriad of tasks you can do.

The game was also a huge commercial success, selling over a million units on Steam within just 10 days of its release. As of January 2024, Dave the Diver has sold over three million copies globally on all platforms. Moreover, the Mintrocket title also got nominated for various awards like Best Indie Game at The Game Awards and the Golden Joystick Awards.

Our review of the indie title rated it 4.5/5 with Asad Ahmed calling it “the best indie of the year.”

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Ahmed Mansoor is a News Writer who has a deep passion for single-player adventure games. He loves to keep tabs on the gaming and technology industries and loves to break stories that interest his audience. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and several years of experience writing for games. Experience: 3+ Years || Education: Bachelor's in Journalism || Written 600+ News Stories.

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