It’ll be available in standard ($39.99/£34.99) and digital deluxe ($59.99/£54.99) editions, with the latter offering 24-hour early access to the game.
The pricier version will also include a season pass providing post-launch access to 20 new cars, 20 roof decorations and additional vehicle customisation options including armour and rims.
Wreckfest originally released on PC in June 2018 and was met with critical acclaim, earning it a score of 81 on review aggregation site Metacritic based on 32 verdicts.
A free PC update will launch alongside the console versions of the game, featuring three new tracks, one new derby arena, fresh challenge vehicles, and new and improved career events.
Janne Alanenpää, CEO and creative director at the Finnish racing game studio, said: “Bugbear Entertainment has been working hard on Wreckfest and we are happy to finally welcome the console players to the racing tracks.
“We’ve improved the PC version from 2018 tremendously, new tracks, cars, options, customizations and more – It’s the best banger racing experience ever.”
In November 2018, THQ Nordic announced that it had acquired Bugbear and all its intellectual property rights. The studio is best know for the FlatOut series and 2013’s Ridge Racer Unbounded.