We’re proud to bring the wonderful and weird world of Control Ultimate Edition to Xbox Series X|S! Blending open-ended environments with the immersive world-building from the developer Remedy Entertainment, there’s always more than meets the eye in Control. Everything is your weapon as you unleash telekinesis abilities and seek the secrets of the Bureau.
Since the original launch in 2019, the game has become renown for its art direction and story by winning over 80 awards. You play as the powerhouse Director Jesse Faden, exploring the world and unleashing destruction as you go (this game is bound to keep you on the edge of your seat).
Control Ultimate Edition on Xbox Series X|S contains the original base game and all previously released Expansions including The Foundation and AWE ( a must-play for any Alan Wake fans…). As well as The Expeditions, end game mode, Photo Mode and all the content updates since the release of the original game!
The best way to play.
Control Ultimate Edition features two modes on Xbox Series X: Performance Mode, targeting 60fps performance with 1440p render resolution and 4K output. And Graphics Mode, targeting 30fps with ray tracing (transparency and reflections) at 1220p render resolution and 4K output.
On Xbox Series S, you can experience Performance mode that’s targeting 60fps, at 900p render resolution and 1080p output; Control Ultimate Edition will look stunning on your console.
We can’t wait to see what adventures await you as you take Control to the next generation. Join the Official Xbox Club to share your snaps, stories and keep up to date with the latest from the Control team. For more information please head to controlgame.com.
Whether you’re revisiting The Oldest House or playing for the first time, you can jump into Control Ultimate Edition now on Xbox Series X|S for 30% off! for a limited time See you there.
Control – Xbox Series X|S
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