Digital Blackface video game is coming for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo’s NX, and Nintendo’s Wii U, the company announced on Thursday.
The PlayStation 4 version will be called Digital Combat Simulator, and it will be playable on the system’s front-facing camera and through the PlayStation VR headset.
The Nintendo NX version will also be available as part of a bundle with a Digital Video Recorder, which is a VR headset, a camera, and a controller, Nintendo said.
The game will be available to download on December 9 for $49.99.
The PS4 version will cost $49, while the NX version is $49 and the Wii U version is free.
The company did not say how many copies of the game it planned to release.
It also did not specify when the game will come out on other platforms.
Digital Combat Simulators is part of Nintendo’s “Digital Video Recorders” line of games, which was launched in 2017 to support video game consoles that support the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
The VR-focused games have featured popular artists like B.o.
B, and DJ Snake, as well as popular movies such as “Hobbit” and “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.”