What will You Create? Project Spark Launches Online and at Retail

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After a six-month beta, Project Spark (ESRB- E10+) has now launched with a host of new content and a retail disc offering.  More than 1 milion Project Spark creators have already logged 4 million hours making 70,000 game levels that fans can dive into on day one. New content comes online every day so there’s is always fresh content to check out regardless of your genre preference or skill level.

Project Spark
is an experience like no other that aims to democratize game making by giving everyone easy-to-use tools to create, play and share their own creations with others. You can instantly play tens of thousands of user-made games, remix a pre-made game, or hop right in and make your own game with tools including 3D sculpting and a visual programming language similar to what the pros use, made accessible to all.

Project Spark is free-to-play and is available for download now via the Xbox One and Windows 8.1 stores. Add-on content can be unlocked by using in-game credits earned during play, or by purchasing tokens to buy add-ons immediately. Fans will see a host of new content available on launch day including sci-fi skin, adventure mode, champion features, creation enhancements, and multiplayer mode to inspire all new gameplay.

Those brand new to
Project Spark might want to check out the Starter Pack retail disc that includes $85 worth of downloadable content for $39.99 (USD). The package includes the Project Spark base game download, “Champions Quest: Void Storm” adventure,” First Contact” sci-fi theme pack, Sir Haakon the Knight playable champion, “Arctic Glaciers” winter landscape, “Massive World Builders Pack” expansion, “Yeti’s Rage” content pack, and a one month “Spark Premium” membership.

Project Spark
isn’t “finished” at launch — it’s an ever-evolving service shaped by the community. Several features and changes were applied during beta due to direct responses from fans, and post-release the community will be even more involved in shaping the future of Project Spark. We can’t wait to hear what you think, and play what you create.