Paradox Interactive are set to bring two previously PC exclusive games to console later this year. Role-playing game Pillars of Eternity and the city building simulator Cities: Skylines will both be coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Pillars of Eternity: Complete Edition is set to launch on both consoles on August 29. This version of the game will include the base title alongside both White March expansion packs. Originally developed by Obsidian Entertainment, the RPG released in 2015 and received widespread critical acclaim.
Meanwhile, Cities: Skylines will be coming to PlayStation 4 on August 15 while the Xbox One release has already been available since April. It will include the After Dark expansion, which includes a number of gameplay additions and new content.
Naturally, both games are being specifically developed for console audiences. This means that their user interfaces and controls are being significantly altered so that they can be played with a controller.