Flintlock: The Siege Of Dawn: A44 Games Asks For More Time

Add another game to the “delayed from 2023 to 2024” list.

 

It’s enough to think that Rocksteady’s long-awaited game, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, was due out in the spring, but it won’t be happening this year (perhaps due to the poor reception of the gameplay seen at the State of Play, and despite that, they won’t be taking out the live service elements…). Kepler Interactive (the publisher) and A44 Games’ action RPG Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn have also joined the party, as the cross-gen game will not be released until next year instead of 2023 (so by then, they will have released a non-sports or shovelware product on eleven-year-old hardware, which is a rarity).

In the delay announcement, A44 Games wrote: “We want to update our fans on the development of Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn. To make Flintlock the absolute best experience it can be at launch, we have decided to move the game’s release to 2024. We’ve been hard at work crafting a unique and deeply detailed open world brimming with thrilling fights, rewarding exploration, and a true sense of discovery.

It’s essential to our whole team that Flintlock is an exceptional experience, and we owe it to ourselves and to all of you who have been following the game since we announced to make it the most impressive and unforgettable game it can be. Your ongoing and unwavering support has been incredible. We at A44 Games are humbled and inspired by your excitement for what we are creating, and we genuinely appreciate your patience. We have a lot of exciting things to show you, and we’ll have updates for you soon,” the studio wrote.

As a result, we may hear about Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn, which will be released in 2024 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PC (Steam, Epic Games Store), PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, at Gamescom. It will also be available through Xbox Game Pass. We feel they will cancel the PS4/X1 versions…

Source: Gematsu

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