Judas: A Deadline For Ken Levine’s New Game [VIDEO]

We’ve learned the latest release window for the BioShock creator’s next game.


Ken Levine hadn’t worked on BioShock since 2014 when BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea was released. Since then, Take-Two has announced that the franchise is getting a new installment, and it’s official that Levine isn’t involved with its development. He is now running his studio, Ghost Story Games. At The Game Awards, he was finally able to announce his game Judas, which has been in development limbo for years, and because of that, it was for a long time uncertain whether Take-Two would even let the project finish.

Thankfully, those clouds have lifted, and we now know the latest we can expect the game to launch. Take-Two’s CEO Strauss Zelnick confirmed to IGN that the first-person shooter will be released no later than March 2025, by the end of the fiscal year. That’s two years away, and it’s safe to consider that it’s a deadline because development hell or not, Take-Two will not delay this project.

Judas will be available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and PC, and let’s not even hope for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions. By 2025, those two consoles will be more than 11 years old, and only indie developers will be developing for the 2013 devices. Zelnick also told IGN that the company sees the project as stable, but that there’s always a chance something could slip, but that he thinks the teams are functioning correctly. In lay terms, that means he doesn’t see any possibility of delays, which is fair enough, because that’s two years away, and Levine’s project doesn’t look like it’s in its early stages based on the announcement video.

Of course, let’s not even guess when exactly Judas will be released for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and PC. Let’s say it should either be out in two years at the latest or very close to it.

Source: PSL

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