Earlier today, the Samurai Shodown NeoGeo Collection was announced for PC, Switch, and PlayStation 4. An Xbox One announcement was noticeably absent from the official press release, but thankfully there's no need to worry.

According to the developer Digital Eclipse, the Xbox version of this seven-game collection will be released alongside the other console versions, on 28th July. Its absence within the original announcement was not "intended" according to the studio head, Mike Mika.

In a separate exchange, Mike stated how an Xbox release had always been part of "the plan" and found it very "weird" that it wasn't mentioned in the press release. He went on to reinforce the fact it's "definitely coming out" and was ready to go alongside the other SKUs.

The game itself will include Samurai Shodown 1 - 5 (with three different versions of the fifth game, including a previously unreleased title known as Samurai Shodown Perfect). The extra title contains a brand new story and ending. The collection, in general, will also include save functions, retro features, online play, a museum, and music player.

Will you be checking out this collection when it arrives on Xbox One? Leave a comment down below.

[source twitter.com, via gematsu.com]