The pandemic has truly done a number on the lineup of games released over the past almost two years. It has had a massive effect on AAA developers as well as small and independent developers. Many games are not meeting their original timelines, and it is challenging for developers right now to give accurate timelines for when fans can expect to have these games in their hands. The developers of upcoming survival horror FPS Scorn released an update on their project that was originally due out this year.
On Friday, in a developer update on Kickstarter from studio Ebb Software. It was revealed that Scorn will not be hitting its 2021 release window as the team had originally planned.
“For the record, yes, the game has slipped into 2022 and we will have an official confirmation of the delay on the 10th of December. It was supposed to be announced in October, but circumstances out of our control postponed it. If it turns out not to be on the 10th by our or someone else’s will, don’t hold it too much against us.”
Scorn joins a recent handful of games that have had to push their Fall/Holiday release dates back. There are likely a small handful of games that will likely also get delayed. What this does mean, however, is that 2022 will certainly be an action-packed year for video games.
Scorn Gameplay Trailer
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