12 Minutes was yet another surprise showing at the Microsoft E3 2019 conference. The game was announced back in 2015, but had kind of gone under the radar until it resurfaced again this year. If you’re here, you’re probably wondering if 12 Minutes is coming to PS4. We have some answers for you.
Will There be a PS4 Version of 12 Minutes?
12 Minutes was originally developed by one person, a former Rockstar and Ubisoft employee by the name of Luis Antonio. In the years since development began, the team grew and now is being published by Annapurna Interactive whom has helped published quite a few popular titles such as Journey (PC), Outer Wilds, and Donut County.
Anyway, the big question that lots of people had after 12 Minutes’ reveal during the Microsoft E3 2019 conference was whether or not 12 Minutes would be coming to PS4. Sadly, we don’t have good news on that front.
As of the time of this writing, the only known platforms for 12 Minutes are Xbox One and Microsoft Windows. However, that is subject to change.
We don’t know anything about the other platforms that 12 Minutes could come to, but we do know that the game is not being worked on by one of Microsoft’s internal studios.
There have been lots of examples of games that were originally console exclusives for the Xbox One but did eventually trickle on over to other platforms like the PS4 or the Nintendo Switch.
I wouldn’t go bet the house that a PS4 version of 12 minutes is coming out, but there’s certainly more hope for that than something like Halo or the new Ninja Theory game, Bleeding Edge.
That does it for whether or not 12 minutes is coming to PS4. Sorry we didn’t have better news on that front but at least you have your answer. For more quick FAQs answered like this one, throw Twinfinite into the end of your search.