Project Spark exits beta on October 7 on Xbox One and PC

Project Spark is ready to wrap up its beta. The free-to-play creation tool will release its final version on Xbox One and PC on October 7.


Microsoft's Project Spark is in its home stretch. After a lengthy beta, the free-to-play game creation tool is now set to release its final version on Xbox One and PC on October 7. It will be available digitally on both platforms, while the Xbox One will also feature a retail edition filled with bonus premium content.

The Xbox One's "Project Spark Starter Pack" will contain the "Galaxies: First Contact" sci-fi content, warrior champion Sir Haakon 'Hawk' the Knight, and the first episode of the "Champions Quest: Void Storm" content. The Starter Pack will run for $39.99 at retail, though the content can also be picked up digitally on launch day.

Project Spark is currently in open beta on both Xbox One and PC.

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