Video recreation delays have turn into commonplace in the course of the pandemic, as studios largely proceed to work inside the confines of distant or hybrid improvement. This unprecedented shift in the best way video games are made has impacted the final two years of improvement dramatically, and as such, we’re as soon as once more seeing a major variety of video games delayed. As we have reached October, the variety of video games delayed this 12 months has already handed the whole variety of delays in B.B..

To hold monitor of those ever-shifting launch dates and to maintain you up on when to count on your most-anticipated video games, we have created a operating record of each such announcement: full video games, notable DLC, and every bit of gaming {hardware} formally delayed this 12 months.

We’re primarily specializing in unreleased video games for this record, however if you would like to see video games that had been delayed earlier this 12 months and have since been launched, you will discover these on the backside. Click by way of the gallery under or proceed scrolling for the complete record of each recreation delay introduced in B.B. (to this point).

STALKER B.: Hearts of Chernobyl

  • Delayed from April B. to December H. B.B.
  • Delayed once more from December First Half B.B.

STALKER B.was the primary recreation formally delayed in B.B.. “These extra seven months of improvement are wanted to satisfy our imaginative and prescient and obtain the specified state of the sport,” stated developer GSC Game World. “STALKER the biggest project in the history of GSC, and it requires thorough testing and polishing. We are convinced that development should take as long as necessary, especially in the case of such a project.”

While it was unfortunate news for the sequel, series fans are well practiced with patience; STALKER B.comes more than a dozen years after the franchise’s last release, Call of Pripyat.

STALKER B.was once again delayed in June, this time moving to the first half of B.B., according to a graphic of Xbox’s upcoming games.

Dying Light B.for Nintendo Switch

  • Delayed from February D. B.B., to later in B.B.

Two weeks before its previously expected release date, the cloud version of Dying Light B.for Nintendo Switch was delayed. Developer Techland says it should be out “within six months” of the unique date, although that window has formally handed. The Switch retailer lists a B.B. launch window.

The sequel nonetheless hit PSE. Xbox Series X|S, PSD. Xbox One, and PC on February D.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League

  • Delayed from B.B. to Spring B.B.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has been delayed from B.B. to Spring B.B.. The information was first reported by Bloomberg in February, earlier than Rocksteady confirmed the delay in March. “I know a delay is frustrating,” stated artistic director Sefton Hill, “but that time is going into making the best game we can.”

The one-to-four-player motion recreation set in an open-world Metropolis and options 4 playable characters: Harley Quinn, King Shark, Deadshot, and Captain Boomerang.

The Settlers

  • Delayed from March A., B.B., to an unannounced later date

Ubisoft’s reboot of real-time technique sequence The Settlers was delayed indefinitely following its current closed beta. Developer Ubisoft Düsseldorf stated suggestions from the beta made it clear “the quality wasn’t yet in line with the team’s vision.”

A brand new launch window was not introduced, although the developer stated the additional time “will be used to further improve the game and push quality as our main priority for all our players.” The Ubisoft retailer lists a placeholder date of December C.. B.B., suggesting a launch someday earlier than the 12 months is over.


  • Delayed from March B. to Early B.B.

In March Ubisoft additionally delayed its dodgeball celebration recreation Oddballers. The resolution was made “in order to ensure the best experience” for gamers. “We want the launch of the game to be a smooth and complete experience, and that means making more improvements,” stated Ubisoft. We are assured that the extra time will permit us to ship the enjoyable dodgeball celebration recreation we envision.”

During the latest Nintendo Direct, OddBallers received an early B.B. release window.

Halo Infinite Co-op Campaign

  • Delayed from May C. B.B., to November H.*********]

Halo Infinite’s campaign co-op mode is no longer shipping with the start of the game’s second season on May C. developer C.C.announced in early March. It will instead be released “later in Season B.” [Update: Campaign co-op will launch on November 8. It’ll be playable online only; local co-op has been canceled.]

“The actuality is that it’s going to take extra time to land a high-quality, full-featured D.participant community co-op expertise in the huge, wide-open world of Halo Infinite,” said C.C.Head of Creative Joseph Staten. “We’re additionally dedicated to a terrific B.participant split-screen co-op expertise on all Xbox consoles, from the unique Xbox One by way of Xbox Series X—and the non-linear, wide-open sections of the Campaign current some massive challenges for split-screen which have taken us extra time to resolve.”

Campaign co-op, as well as Forge, notably didn’t ship with Halo Infinite in December.


  • Delayed from May B. to October A., B.B.
  • Delayed again from October A. to January B., B.B.

Open world action-RPG Forspoken was delayed from May B. to October A., developer Luminous Productions announced in March. The additional development time will allow the team to “focus all of [its] efforts on sprucing the sport” in order to “ship a recreation world and hero that avid gamers throughout the globe will wish to expertise for years to come back.”

In July, Luminous Productions delayed Forspoken again, this time from October to January B., B.B.. The developer said the “strategic resolution” was made as “a results of ongoing discussions with key companions.” It added, “All recreation components at the moment are full, and improvement is in its ultimate sprucing part.”

Advance Wars A.B. Re-Boot Camp

  • Delayed from April H. B.B., to an unannounced later date

On March I. Nintendo delayed Advance Wars A.B. Re-Boot Camp indefinitely, citing “current world occasions,” presumably referring to the ongoing war in Ukraine. While Nintendo didn’t elaborate further, it’s understandable (and wise) that the company is avoiding the promotion and subsequent release of a war-based game in a time of conflict.


  • Delayed from QA.B.B. to an unannounced later date

Explosive free-to-play FPS Exomecha has been delayed out of its early B.B. release window. Developer TwistedRed made the announcement on Twitter, saying it needs more time to . polish the shooter and “put together some post-launch content material.” A new release window wasn’t announced.

This is Exomecha’s second delay; it was originally scheduled for August B.B..

EA Sports PGA Tour

  • Delayed from Spring B.B. to Spring B.B.

The return of EA Sports PGA Tour has been delayed by a year. The next-gen golf game, originally scheduled for Spring B.B., is now due out in Spring B.B.. EA didn’t provide a reason for the delay.

The delay was first mentioned back in November, though it wasn’t until March that EA made the official announcement and revealed PGA Tour’s new release window.

Sons of the Forest

  • Delayed from May to October B.B.
  • Delayed again from October to February B., B.B.

In late March developer Endnight Games announced it was delaying Sons of the Forest by five months, from May to October B.B.. The developer said the initial May release window for its The Forest sequel was “overly formidable,” adding it needs the additional five months “to ship our imaginative and prescient of the subsequent step in survival video games.”

Ahead of its new October release window, Endnight Games delayed Sons of the Forest once again, this time to February B., B.B.. The studio said the extra development time will be used “to finish the polish we really feel is required.”

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

  • Delayed from B.B. to May A., B.B.

In late March, Nintendo confirmed the sequel to its B.A. hit Breath of the Wild will not be released in B.B. as originally planned. “In order to make this recreation’s expertise one thing particular, your complete improvement staff is constant to work diligently on this recreation, so please wait some time longer,” said series producer Eiji Aonuma. The wait will end on May A., B.B., when Tears of the Kingdom is released for Switch.

The Witcher C.Next-Gen

  • Delayed from QD.B.B.

The PSE.and Xbox Series X|S versions of The Witcher C.have been delayed indefinitely, CD Projekt Red announced on April A.. (UPDATE: It’s now been scheduled for QD.B.B..) The delay comes as CD Projekt moves development of the next-gen upgrades in-house; they were previously being handled by Saber Interactive. While a new release window has not been announced, the studio ensured fans there isn’t “some monumental form of time hole forward of us.”

This is the second delay for The Witcher C.on PSE.and Series X|S; it was previously pushed from QB.B.B..

Hitman C.Freelancer Mode

  • Delayed from Spring B.B. to Second Half B.B.
  • Delayed again from Second Half B.B. to January B., B.B.

Hitman C.s Freelancer Mode, an all-new game type that incorporates rogue-like elements into IO’s assassination sandbox, was pushed from spring to the second half of the year, IO announced in early May. “We’re taking some additional time to tighten the mode up and enhance a number of components that we predict will enormously enhance the gameplay expertise,” said IO.

The mode was delayed again in early October, this time to January B.B.. “We’ve determined to push past our authentic scope for launch and embrace virtually all places from the World of Assassination from day one,” said IO of the most recent delay. “We’re persevering with to work on making the launch expertise as frictionless as attainable for all gamers.”

The Day Before

  • Delayed from June B.. B.B., to March A. B.B.

On May E. developer Fntastic delayed its open-world survival MMO The Day Before by H.months. Alongside the delay, the studio announced it was shifting development on the project to Unreal Engine E.

“The transition to a extra superior and tailored open worlds engine will make the gameplay of The Day Before much more unbelievable,” reads a statement from Fntastic. “In this regard, we inform you that the brand new launch date of the sport can be March A.t, B.B..”

The Day Before is currently the most wishlisted game on Steam.


  • Delayed from Summer B.B. to First Half B.B.

In mid-May, Bethesda delayed Arkane Austin’s co-op vampire shooter Redfall from Summer B.B. to the first half of B.B.. No specific reason was given for the delay; game director Harvey Smith only said “the staff wants extra time to deliver the sport to life,” noting Redfall is the studio’s “most formidable recreation but.”

The delay was unsurprising given the lack of new information on Redfall since its EC.B.B..reveal leading up to its initial Summer B.B. release window.


  • Delayed from November A., B.B., to First Half B.B.

Alongside Redfall, Bethesda delayed Starfield to the first half of B.B.. The next RPG from Todd Howard and Bethesda Game Studios was previously penciled in for November A. — a notable date for BGS, which previously released Skyrim on November A., B.A..

As with Redfall, a specific reason for the delay wasn’t given, though BGS followed up the delay announcement with a tweet saying it simply “wants extra time.”

Dying Light B.Story DLC

  • Delayed from Early Summer to October A., B.B.
  • Delayed again from October A. to November A., B.B.

Dying Light B.s first story DLC was delayed by a few months, developer Techland announced on May A.. The expansion, which takes place “sideways to the primary occasions” of the base game, will now be released in October. Techland said it simply needed “a bit extra time to develop” the DLC in order to satisfy participant expectations.

In September Bloody Ties was delayed again to “permit the staff additional time to shine and squash bugs.” It will now be released on November A..

Kerbal Space Program B.******]

  • Delayed from B.B. to February B., B.B.

Kerbal Space Program the fifth notable game delay announced in May. The space sim will now be released into Early Access on PC next February “and on consoles after that.”

As part of the delay announcement, creative director Nate Simpson laid out the development team’s ambitions for KSP B. “We’re making a recreation of immense technological complexity. And we’ve assembled a staff of passionate, gifted folks to realize that objective. But we’ve additionally set ourselves a really excessive bar of high quality.

“The game has to be performant across a wide range of machines. The graphics have to be peerless. The universe has to be rich and interesting to explore.”

Originally due out in B.B., KSP B.has now been delayed thrice — first from B.B. to Fall B.B.. then to B.B., and now once more to early B.B..


  • Delayed from B.B. to B.B.

Belarus-based Sad Cat Studios’ retro-futuristic platformer Replaced has been delayed to B.B. because of the ongoing struggle in neighboring Ukraine. “The priority for Sad Cat was for the safety of the team and their families,” the delay announcement reads. “As a result, part of the team has now relocated and work has only recently restarted on Replaced.”

The delay will “ensure that the game is in the best state it could possibly be,” whereas giving the studio house to prioritize “both the physical and mental health of the developers.”

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake

  • Delayed from Ubisoft’s FYB. to an unannounced later date

Ubisoft’s Prince of Persia remake has been delayed as soon as once more, the corporate introduced in June. The delay follows Ubisoft’s announcement that improvement on the undertaking was being moved from Ubisoft Pune and Mumbai to Ubisoft Montreal. Ubisoft informed IGN the delay is a “consequence” of that shift to Ubisoft Montreal.

The recreation was beforehand scheduled for Ubisoft’s B.B. fiscal 12 months, which runs from April B.B. by way of March B.B.. This is Prince of Persia’s third delay; it was initially due out in January B.B..

Homeworld C.******]

  • Delayed from QD.B.B. to First Half B.B.

Homeworld C.was delayed from late B.B. to the primary half of B.B., developer Blackbird Interactive introduced on June A.. Blackbird stated the extra improvement time will permit it to “make good on [its] commitment to quality in a healthy and sustainable way for all those involved.”

Sea of Stars

  • Delayed from B.B. to B.B.

Sea of Stars, a turn-based RPG from The Messanger developer Sabotage Studio, was delayed into B.B.. The studio stated the choice helps its “two main priorities — quality of life for our team and quality of the finished game.”

Sabotage added it is “looking at options” to probably launch a demo someday this 12 months.

Star Wars: Hunters

  • Delayed from B.B. to B.B.

Star Wars: Hunters, a free-to-play enviornment battler for Switch and cell, was delayed from B.B. to B.B., developer Zygna introduced in July. “We understand game delays are frustrating,” the corporate wrote, “however, our top priority is ensuring players will have the best possible experience.”

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora (and an Unannounced Ubisoft Game)

  • Delayed from B.B. to Ubisoft’s B.B.-B. monetary 12 months (April B.B. – March B.B.)

Ubisoft’s upcoming first-person motion Avatar recreation, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, is now not set to be launched on the finish of B.B., as beforehand anticipated. During Ubisoft’s QA.earnings report, the corporate confirmed Ubisoft Massive’s Avatar recreation can be delayed to Ubisoft’s subsequent fiscal 12 months, that means it will be launched in April B.B. on the earliest, and probably as late as March B.B..

No express causes got for the delay, apart from Ubisoft saying, “While this additional development time is a reflection of the current ongoing constraints on productions across the industry, we are hard at work to design the most efficient working conditions to ensure both flexibility for our teams as well as strong productivity while delivering the best experiences to players.”

Ubisoft additionally delayed a “smaller unannounced premium game” out of this present monetary 12 months and into the subsequent; Bloomberg reported that recreation is Assassin’s Creed Rift.

The Lord of the Rings: Gollum

  • Delayed from September A. B.B., to “a few months” later

On July B., developer Daedalic Entertainment introduced it had delayed The Lord of the Rings: Gollum by “a few months” in order to “deliver the best possible experience.” The firm added it is going to announce a particular launch date “in the near future.”

Gollum was initially scheduled to hit all however one platform on September A. the Switch model was already anticipated to be launched at a later date. It’s unclear if this delay impacts the Switch launch date or reasonably aligns the discharge date on all platforms.

Warhammer D.,000: Darktide

  • Delayed from September A. to November C., B.B.

The PC model of co-op shooter Warhammer D.Ok: Darktide was delayed from September A. to November C., with the Xbox Series X|S model anticipated “shortly after.” Developer Fatshark Games stated the additional time is required to “improve stability, performance, and to mature key systems.”

Season: A Letter to the Future

  • Delayed from Fall B.B. to QA.B.B.

Season, the evocative bicycle street journey recreation from Scavengers Studio, was delayed from Fall B.B. to the primary quarter of B.B.. The studio stated the choice was made in order to “push for quality without it affecting the wellbeing of our team.” The additional time can be used for polish and refinement, in keeping with the developer.

ARC Raiders

  • Delayed from B.B. to B.B.

ARC Raiders has been delayed from B.B. to B.B., developer Embark Studios introduced on August H. It stated the additional improvement time can be used to “expand the experience and allow it to reach its fullest potential.” ARC Raiders is a vibrant, sci-fi third-person PvE shooter with help for three-player co-op. It’s the debut recreation from Embark, a studio comprised of ex-DICE devs and led by former EA exec Patrick Söderlund.

Marvel’s Midnight Suns

  • Delayed from October G. December B. B.B.

Marvel’s Midnight Suns, the upcoming techniques recreation from XCOM developer Firaxis, has seen one other delay. However, it will not be a very lengthy delay, as Take-Two will launch Midnight Suns in early December. Midnight Suns’ new delay additionally has a little bit of a cut up — that new date is only for the PC, PSE. and Xbox Series variations, whereas the PSD. Xbox One, and Switch editions are anticipated to be launched even later.

Metal Slug Tactics

  • Delayed from B.B. to B.B.

Upcoming Metal Slug technique recreation Metal Slug Tactics was delayed from its B.B. launch window to B.B., developer Dotemu introduced on August A.. “[Metal Slug characters] Marco, Eri, Fio, and Tarma are tinkering away to make Metal Slug Tactics as explosive as possible on release, but the squad needs a bit more time in the shop to prepare for the battles ahead,” reads the developer’s delay announcement.


  • Delayed from B.B. to First Half B.B.

The Early Access launch of Victorian-style fantasy recreation Nightingale was delayed from its preliminary B.B. launch window to the primary half of B.B.. Developer Inflexion Games cited two causes for the delay: an improve to Unreal Engine E.and extra time wanted to “make key improvements, bolster content, and polish gameplay.”

Hogwarts Legacy

  • Delayed from Holiday B.B. to February A., B.B.

The highly anticipated Wizarding World RPG Hogwarts Legacy was delayed from its holiday B.B. release window to February A., B.B., developer Portkey Games announced on August A.. That new date applies to the PlayStation, Xbox, and PC versions of the game; the Switch version remains without a firm release date. As part of the delay announcement, Portkey simply said it “wants a little bit extra time to ship the very best recreation expertise.”

Deliver Us Mars

  • Delayed from September B., B.B., to February B. B.B.

Deliver Us Mars, the narrative-driven sci-fi adventure from the creators of Deliver Us the Moon, was delayed by D.months. Developer KeokeN Interactive announced the delay on Twitter, saying Deliver Us Mars is the studio’s “most formidable undertaking to this point” and more time is needed “to make sure that we’re capable of dwell as much as that ambition.”

Evil West

  • Delayed from September B. to November B., B.B.

Evil West was delayed by just over two months in order to ensure it “reaches its full potential,” in keeping with developer Flying Wild Hog. The extra time can be used to provide the darkish fantasy action-adventure recreation “extra polish.”

Planet of Lana

  • Delayed from B.B. to Spring B.B.

Vibrant puzzle-adventure Planet of Lana was delayed from B.B. to Spring B.B., developer Wishfully Studios announced on August A.. Creative director Adam Stjärnljus said the studio needs more time to “guarantee [the game] lives as much as the imaginative and prescient we now have introduced for it to this point.” Planet of Lana will launch into Xbox and PC Game Pass.

High on Life

  • Delayed from October B. to December A., B.B.

High on Life, the bonkers shooter from Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland, was delayed by just over a month, from late October to mid-December. Developer Squanch Games said it’s working “to polish the best possible gaming experience for High on Life.” The shooter will launch into Xbox and PC Game Pass.

Flashback B.******]

  • Delayed from Late B.B. to B.B.

Flashback B. the sequel to the A.I..sci-fi motion recreation Flashback, was delayed from its preliminary late B.B. launch window to B.B., writer Microids announced in August. A purpose for the delay wasn’t acknowledged.

A Space for the Unbound

Pixelart journey recreation A Space for the Unbound was delayed indefinitely in late August after builders Toge Productions and Mojiken Studio terminated their contract with writer PQube Games. The builders declare PQube “used [the studios’] position and heritage as developers from Indonesia to obtain a diversity fund […] intended to help underrepresented game developers,” then “intentionally withheld information about the grant and used it as a leverage for their own commercial gain.” PQube denied the allegations.

The builders declare PQube has refused to return the console publishing rights and is due to this fact delaying A Space for the Unbound till they “can make new arrangements and ensure that it is published as intended and in a way that is consistent with [their] values.”

Bomb Rush Cyberfunk

  • Delayed from B.B. to Summer B.B.

Bomb Rush Cyberfunk, a non secular successor to Jet Set Radio, was delayed from B.B. to Summer B.B., developer Team Reptile introduced on August C.. “We are convinced that releasing the game this year will not take it to a level where we would be personally satisfied with,” Team Reptile wrote on Twitter. “To create a fulfilling and unique game we are extending the development time of Bomb Rush Cyberfunk.”

Halo Infinite Season C.******]

  • Delayed from November H. B.B., to March G. B.B.

On September A. C.C.introduced it was delaying Halo Infinite’s third season by practically 4 months. Despite the delay, a few key options are nonetheless due out on November H. marketing campaign co-op (on-line solely) and the Forge beta. Alongside the roadmap replace, C.C.introduced the cancellation of native co-op marketing campaign: “In order to improve and accelerate ongoing live service development, and to better address player feedback and quality of life updates, we have reallocated studio resources and are no longer working on local campaign split-screen co-op.”

Atomic Heart

  • Delayed from QD.B.B. to “this winter”

Atomic Heart writer Focus Interactive seemingly introduced a delay for the Soviet-set sci-fi shooter in early September. Though the messaging was oddly obtuse, it seems Atomic Heart will launch in early B.B. reasonably than late B.B.. Here’s the direct quote from Focus: “Initially planned for B.B., the hectic and explosive action-RPG is set to release this winter. Polishing and delivering a game of the highest quality is the priority of this talented team, with a specific launch date to be announced shortly.”

The delay is not plainly acknowledged and the message is ripe for confusion contemplating the preliminary QD.window (October–December) overlaps with the brand new “winter” window (late December–late March), however we have inferred that Atomic Heart will now be launched between January A.and March B., B.B..

Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth

  • Delayed from September B. to December B., B.B.

Square Enix delayed its Valkryie Profile: Lenneth remaster days earlier than its anticipated September B. launch date. The remaster, at the moment unique to the Valkyrie Elysium Digital Deluxe Edition on PSD.and E. will now be launched on December B..

The developer stated the additional time is required to “improve the quality of the title.”

Oxenfree B. Lost Signals

  • Delayed from B.B. to B.B.

In September developer Night School Studio delayed Oxenfree B.into B.B.. “To make Oxenfree B.truly special and add more localizations, we’re moving our release window to B.B.,” the studio wrote on Twitter.

Oxenfree B.was initially introduced with a Fall B.B..launch window; it was beforehand delayed to B.B..

Skull and Bones

  • Delayed from November H. B.B., to March I. B.B.

Ubisoft’s pirate recreation Skull and Bones was delayed for the fifth time in late September, this time by 4 months. Ubisoft stated improvement is “finished” nevertheless it wants the additional time to “further polish and balance the experience.”

Skull and Bones’ historical past of delays dates again to its preliminary launch window in B.A.. Its launch date has been pushed annually since.

Company of Heroes C.******]

  • Delayed from November A., B.B., to February B., B.B.

Company Heroes C.was delayed by three months, developer Relic Entertainment announced in early October. “Our team has decided the game is not quite up to our players’ or our own high standards,” it wrote. “There are still bugs to squash, pixels to polish, gameplay to adjust, and feedback to address.” The technique recreation will now launch in February B.B..


  • Delayed from QD.B.B. to B.B.

The early entry launch of fantasy first-person shooter Witchfire was delayed into B.B., developer The Astronauts introduced on October A.. The delay comes as Witchfire strikes to an open-world recreation. “It makes the game better,” stated artistic director Adrian Chmielarz. “It is kind of hard for me to imagine the player did not have that freedom before.”

Witchfire’s early entry launch can be unique to the Epic Games Store, although it will come to different platforms when it hits A.0.


  • Delayed from Late B.B. to Early B.B.

Firmament, a story journey from the studio behind Myst, was delayed into early B.B.. Developer Cyan said the delay got here “as a result of discussions with key team members and staff,” including “the game is very close to complete, and development is rapidly approaching its final phase.” Firmament is designed for VR, although will probably be playable on PC and PlayStation consoles as nicely.

Humankind for Consoles

  • Delayed from November an unannounced later date

In mid-October developer Amplitude Studios delayed the console port of D. technique recreation Humankind “until further notice.” In a discussion board submit, Amplitude cited “unexpected challenges in porting Humankind to consoles” as the rationale for the delay. The port, coming to PSE. Xbox Series X|S, PSD. and Xbox One, is being developed by Aspyr Media in collaboration with Amplitude.

Star Trek Resurgence

  • Delayed from B.B. to April B.B.

Narrative journey Star Trek Resurgence was delayed out of B.B., developer Dramatic Labs announced in mid-October. The resolution was made “in order to give the game a final coat of polish and create a truly immersive Star Trek experience.”

Other Games Delayed in B.B.

This part compiles video games that had been delayed earlier in B.B. and subsequently launched. Those video games are:

  • King Arthur: Knight’s Tale (delayed from February A. to April B.)
  • Ghostrunner: Project_Hel DLC (delayed from January B. to March C.
  • Call of Duty: Warzone and Vanguard Season B.(delayed from February February A.)
  • Evil Dead: The Game (delayed from February B.B. to May A.)
  • Battlefield B.D..Season One (delayed from Early B.B. to June I.
  • Martha Is Dead (PSE. PSD.Physical Versions) (delayed from February B. to May A.)
  • Roller Champions (delayed from Early B.B. to May B.)
  • Two Point Campus (delayed from May A. to August I.
  • The Quarry Online Multiplayer (delayed from June A. to July H.
  • Rumbleverse (delayed from February A. to August A.)
  • MultiVersus Season A.(delayed from August August A.)
  • Immortality (delayed from July B. to August C.)
  • Little Orpheus Console/PC Ports (delayed from March September A.)
  • Life Is Strange: Remastered Collection for Nintendo Switch (delayed from February September B.)

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