“We want the final quality of the game to be great, so we need more time to work on it, thank you for your understanding and patience,” Remidi said in a tweet.
There was some kind of backlash against the studio when it appeared
There is no next-generation upgrade path for the standard edition of Control, although those who have purchased any version of the game on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One will be able to play it on their upcoming consoles through backward compatibility.
The Ultimate Edition includes the base game along with all the expansions, it’s available for PS4 and Xbox One now, and Remedy is offering an upgrade
Free on PS5 and Xbox Series X.
The delay could be a big blow to fans who purchased Control: Ultimate Edition as they are anticipating an upgrade after enjoying the Standard Edition.
Oddly enough, there is one console you can now play Control: Ultimate Edition and take advantage of the upgraded visuals through ray tracing.
Remedy released a cloud version of the game on the Nintendo Switch last month, the only way that Control works on this console is through a reliable internet connection, but it looks like Switch players will be able to access a more advanced version of PS5 or Xbox Series X players. At present.