Indie developer Young Horses announced that former PlayStation exclusive adventure game Bugsnax is arriving on other platforms later this month. Bugsnax will launch on PC (Steam), Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S on April 28 ($24.99), with a 20% launch discount.

A free expansion, The Isle of Bigsnax, will arrive on the same day.

Bugsnax is a first-person adventure game set on a strange island of delicious half-bug, half-food inhabitants. As journalists, players explore the island, collect the Bugsnax, and feed them to the resident Grumpuses. A total of 100 Bugsnax creatures can be discovered and caught using different tools and traps.

The Isle of Bigsnax is a major expansion that adds another three to four hours of content to the main campaign. Complete new quests, capture new, super-big Bugsnax, and decorate your own hut in Snaxburg. You can also rarely find Busnax wearing hats. Capturing them unlocks the hat to decorate your captured Bugsnax.

Bugsnax will launch on Steam, Switch, and Xbox on April 28. Bugsnax is also available on PlayStation and the Epic Games Store. The Isle of Bigsnax will launch as a free update for all Bugsnax players on April 28. It’s rated E10+.

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