Redfall: The Chances Of A May Launch Are Getting Stronger

Arkane Austin’s (Dishonored, Prey 2017) game will be released after several delays.


The studio’s game has already officially gone through a delay (and a few days ago, we wrote that Microsoft had decided internally about another one), as Redfall was initially scheduled to be released in the summer of 2022. However, Microsoft has decided to move it to the first half of 2023. The Redmond tech giant has done the same with Bethesda Game Studios’ Starfield, which promises to be a significant launch for Todd Howard’s new IP for the first time in a long time. Microsoft has set a date for the release of Redfall, which was developed as a cooperative experience from the get-go.

Windows Central has corroborated the early May release date we mentioned earlier, and the site has added that some versions of Redfall may even provide early access by up to a week (so you can play as early as the end of April). Microsoft has done this with Playground Games’ Forza Horizon 5 Premium Edition. This studio is currently working on Fable.

Redfall will be an open-world, first-person shooter with up to four players. According to Harvey Smith, the game’s director, Redfall will still be a classic immersive simulator like Dishonored was if you were playing alone. The four characters are Devinder Crousley, Layla Ellison, Remi De La Rosa, and Jacob Boyer. Crousley is a cryptozoologist and inventor who wants to prove his knowledge with his self-made weapons; Ellison is a biomedical engineering student who, as an intern at a research company, has found that something has gone wrong and has acquired telekinetic abilities; De La Rosa is a combat engineer who has always fought on the front line and has a robot sidekick, Bribón, while Boyer has gone from sniper to contractor and, in a strange turn of events, has also developed a vampiric eye and got a spectral raven that is always close to him.

Redfall is coming to Xbox Series and PC in early May. It will also be available through the Xbox Game Pass subscription service from launch day.

Source: WCCFTech

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