Planet Of The Apes: Last Frontier

Planet Of The Apes is a franchise that has already successfully weathered 54 years, starting its franchise as a french novel entitled “La Planète des Singes” or Monkey Planet in it’s UK printing back in 1963 before making the move into being made into the 5 original films that hit cult classic status pretty soon.

These were followed then by a television series or two before that terrible 2001 remake with Matt Damon and then the recent successful rebooted trilogy and it seems now that Planet Of The Apes is ready to hit our screens through a different medium than DVD/ Blu-Ray, no instead this will be coming to our Xbox One.


Planet Of The Apes: The Last Frontier will put gamers in control over the coming trials and choices of a small tribe of Apes as well as a small band of Humans survivors during the time between Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and War for the Planet of the Apes. Much like the popular Telltale titles, this game is played through making a series of choices, Planet Of The Apes will even implement multiplayer where each player will vote on what happens next.

This means the games story arc as well as it’s ending is changing with each and every decision you (and your friends) make from the moment you begin to the moment the credits role.

The project was unofficially announced by it’s Director Andy Serkis back in October 2016 and it has now been confirmed and given the release date of November 21st for the Playstation 4 with @ApesMovies stating it will be releasing on the Xbox One at a later date.


  1. 6 Minutes of Planet of The Apes: Last Frontier Gameplay”
  2. “Planet of the Apes: Last Frontier – Announcement Trailer”.

What do you think about the idea of a story based Planet Of The Apes game? Was you hoping for some more hands on monkeying around or are you just looking forward to seeing more of the time before the fall of man? Let us know and join in on the discussion in the comments!

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