In Later Daters on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, it’s never too late for love. Is it?
Later Daters is a sexy senior dating sim from the team at Bloom Digital Media, and after previously releasing on PC through Steam and Nintendo Switch in two parts, the whole experience is now bundled together as one for launch on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
Priced at £12.49 Later Daters on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S will see you falling into the orthopedic-approved shoes of the latest resident at the Ye OLDE retirement home, as you do your best to find love with the other residents. Flirting and dating is par for the course here, but with an intertwining story and inclusive relationships to understand, you’ll fast realise that life is about accepting its fragile nature and instead choosing to live boldly. Perhaps not as boldy as in Just Die Already though.
Later Daters on Xbox combines both Part 1 and Part 2 into one complete package, and that means you’ll not just get access to all the story episodes that play out, but also the free Cribbage mini-game for good measure. Throw in some decent personalisation and customisation – and the chance to have a little pet companion too – and there should be much to love about Later Daters.
Key features include:
- Move to a retirement home.
- Meet silver foxes.
- And date them!
- Play as a sexy senior! Customize your look, name, romance history, and gender.
- Have some intimate adventures that deal with mortality, vulnerability, and getting some action.
- Enjoy LGBTQ inclusive romance and poly relationship options.
- Pick your favorite companion creature : A cat, a dog… Or a robot?
- Date and flirt with eight fetching residents of Ye OLDE…
If you wish to know more, give our review of Later Daters on Xbox a little read. Once you have, the Xbox Store will sort you out with the usual download.
Welcome to Ye OLDE! Your new retirement paradise. Date as an octogenarian and find somebody to love, or just get your kicks in while the getting is good. Remember, if the chairs are rockin’, don’t come a-knockin.