Soda Drinker Pro coming to Xbox One in September, includes Kinect support

Monday, 14th April 2014 21:41 GMT By Sherif Saed

Soda Drinker Pro, the soda drinking simulation -yes I totally just typed that- is coming to Xbox One later this year.

The game was only released on PC, but during PAX East, creator Will Brierly told Joystiq that the title will be coming to Xbox One in September and that it will support Kinect.

Using Kinect, users can drink actual soda to pass the game’s many levels, which will all be brought from the PC version, and adding the Xbox One exclusive “Drinking Soda Through Time” level. Vivian Clark, the hidden game inside Soda Drinker Pro, will also be included.

Soda Drinker Pro’s creator also confirmed that the game will be running at 1080p 60FPS, which he added was “important.” “We need a pixel-perfect experience with complete fluid dynamics,” he said.



  1. Sherif Saed

    Look, man. It’s a slow news day….

    #1 8 months ago
  2. DoubleM

    The FPS and resolution is really important, especially for this game.

    I played the PC version on 2560×1440 and with 120FPS (using 3D Vision, 60FPS for each eye), so the Xbox One version is totally inferior to that and anyone who thinks this is playable should really see a doctor because he’s blind and he’s not aware of it.

    #2 8 months ago
  3. Legendaryboss


    Xbox One gets another major 1080p 60fps game! I mean triple facepalm.

    #3 8 months ago
  4. Obernox


    #4 8 months ago

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