Posts Tagged ‘delay’

The Division’s Expansions Delayed To Improve The Game

Ubisoft have delayed the next two paid DLC expansions for The Division [official site] because they feel the base game needs work first. Good! That’s the way it should be done. Ubi explain, “it has become clear with your feedback and our own observations that our priority should now be on improving the core gameplay experience.” Good-o! So the next two expansions are delayed, and Update 1.4 will launch separately in October to smarten the place up.

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Pathologic Postponed Until Autumn 2017

Ice-Pick Lodge have announced that the new take on Pathologic [official site], the diseased delight that put them on the map back in 2005, won’t be released until autumn 2017. Having spent some time playing a standalone demo at Gamescom, where I also managed to pick the Lodge’s brains away from the chaos of the showfloor, I can appreciate why the game is taking so long to complete. The foundations of the original might be noticeable, if you scratch around in the dirt for long enough, but it has been completely rebuilt. And indeed rewritten, reorganised, reinterpreted, and reimagined.

So, yes, the delay is saddening. But what I’ve played of the game is absolutely splendid.

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Road Redemption Delayed By Louisiana Floods

Zwack!

Road Rash-y fight-o-bike-a-racer Road Redemption‘s [official site] exit from Early Access has been delayed again, this time for a reason that’s somewhat out of the makers’ hands. Dark Seas are based in Louisiana, see, which is currently facing catastrophic flooding. Making a video game is obviously not their top priority right now, so they’re pushing Road Redemption back from its previously-announced October 15 launch date until at least November. Which, yeah, fair enough.

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Going Underground: Capy’s Below Delayed

Every day for eight weeks you’ve leapt out of bed beaming. “Hello, birds!” you trill to the stump-legged pigeons fighting over a kebab wrapper on your windowsill. “Hello, sky!” you cry to the clouds. “Hello, fork!” you yell, waving at the fork you’ve just trodden on. Nothing can put a dent in your day: it is summer, which means today could be the day Below [official site] comes out.

Mate. I’m sorry, mate. Bad news: Capy have delayed Below and haven’t given a new release window, saying they plan to “take the time that we need to complete Below without compromise”. It’s for the best, mate.

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Corny: Outlast 2 Delayed Into 2017

Ah, the early tensies! Cast your mind back to an era when a Slender Man lurked in every corner, crazed diary entries littered the streets, and Nicola Roberts was making a real go of a solo career. Of all the first-person stealth-o-spookers that followed Amnesia and old balloonhead, Outlast was one of the better ones. Following a touch of DLC, developers Red Barrels announced a sequel would follow in 2016 but… now that’s delayed. You’ll need to wait until 2017 to flee from a murderous religious cult.

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Just Myst It: Obduction Delayed Into August

You may well chortle at John’s Myst ranting but it’s no joke to those of us around him. Talking about Myst sends John into a blood rage and even seeing those four little letters can be enough – I once saw him bite clean through a steel-cased DVD box set of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries. But shh, John’s done for the day so I think I’m safe to post this as long as you don’t make any loud noises or sudden movements. Let’s go.

Myst makers Cyan have announced another delay for Obduction [official site], their shiny all-new adventure game.

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The Creative Assembly’s Halo Wars 2 Due In Feb 2017

Total War developers The Creative Assembly have stuck their thumb into Microsoft’s gamepie and pulled out a technoplum, by which I of course mean that they’re making Halo Wars 2 [official site] for Windows 10. Halo Wars is a real-time strategy spin-off from the Xbox’s flagship FPS, with the first one released on Xbox 360 in 2009. Well, now this sequel has a release date: February 21st, 2017. That’s a bit later than autumn 2016 date mentioned before. Still, it’ll cheer you up, I can show you moving pictures:

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