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Xbox One Exclusive Robocraft Infinity Now Available to Pre-Order

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Xbox Game Pass subscribers to get access from launch on April 11th

PORTSMOUTH, UK – 5th April, 2018: Freejam is pleased to announce that the highly anticipated robot building and battling game, Robocraft Infinity, is now available to pre-order digitally from the Xbox Games Store.

Robocraft Infinity is an all new experience which empowers players to build awesome robots and take them into battle against fellow creators online. Jet cars, tanks, flying warships, helicopters, drones, dinosaurs, scorpions – players can really build anything in this innovative independently-developed release.

Starting today, Robocraft Infinity is available to pre-order at $19.99 / £14.99 / €19.99 via the official Xbox Game store, with Deluxe and Ultimate editions also available.

The Deluxe Edition (RRP $29.99 / £24.99 / €29.99) includes:

– Full Robocraft Infinity Game
– 5 Cosmetic Crates
– Cosmetic Pilot Seat (Cray)
– 12 Cosmetic CPU Allowance
– Green Developer Supporter Holoflag

The Ultimate Edition (RRP $39.99 / £34.99 / €39.99) includes:

– Full Robocraft Infinity game
– Exclusive Neon Cube set
– 10 Cosmetic Crates
– 3 Cosmetic Pilot Seats (Cray, Mega, Gene)
– 24 Cosmetic CPU Allowance
– Gold Developer Supporter Holoflag
– Green Developer Supporter Holoflag

All of the additional bonuses available in both the Deluxe and Ultimate editions of Robocraft Infinity are cosmetic only, and don’t alter the performance of any robot that has them equipped. This was a deliberate design choice by Freejam to ensure that all those who play Robocraft Infinity, whether they come to the game via Xbox Game Pass or by direct purchase, have the same opportunity to perform well in game.

To learn more about Robocraft Infinity please join the Official Robocraft Infinity club on Xbox, visit, and follow the game on Facebook and Twitter.

About Freejam:

Freejam is an independent games studio located in Portsmouth, UK, with an ethos centred around titles powered by User Generated Content. The studio’s first title, the smash hit Robocraft launched on PC in 2013 and has over 13 million registered players worldwide. The franchise is set to expand with a remastered Robocraft Infinity that will launch for Xbox One on 11th April 2018, and Robocraft Royale, a robot-themed spin on the Battle Royale genre which is currently in Steam Early Access. Survival title CardLife is the studio’s fifth project concurrently in active development during what is a hugely exciting time for the studio.

[This is an unedited press release made available courtesy of Tips 4 Gamers and its partnership with noteworthy game PR-related resource Games Press. This press release is from Freejam.]

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