The world-building app will be free to download for users on the PS4 and PS5 gaming consoles.
“Next month, millions of PlayStation console owners will be able to access the full catalog of Roblox experiences,” the company said, calling it a “significant step toward making Roblox available on all of the most popular devices.”
Roblox is currently available on PC, Mac, iOS, Android, Xbox, and soon, Meta's Quest VR headsets, according to an announcement in July.
Since then, developers have been invited to create experiences for Roblox on Meta Quest in an open beta, which the company says was downloaded more than one million times in the first five days.
At RDC, the company shared that Roblox will be “widely available” to people on Meta Quest later this month.
In addition, Roblox said that it will be upgrading its Xbox app, “enabling a new look, frequent updates (with access to the latest features), improved content recommendations, and an improved user experience.”
When asked about bringing the app to Nintendo -- specifically the Switch console -- a spokesperson told The Verge that Roblox wants to be on all devices, anywhere around the world, but “have no imminent plans to have Roblox available on the Nintendo Switch.”
However, onstage at RDC, Roblox CEO David Baszucki told the audience to “stay tuned, because there are more platforms to come.”