Crew Cherry has introduced that Hole Knight: Silksong has been delayed previous the primary half of 2023 and that extra particulars will come as the sport nears its launch date.
Over on Twitter, Crew Cherry’s advertising and publishing lead Matthew Griffin mentioned: “We had deliberate to launch within the 1st half of 2023, however improvement remains to be persevering with. We’re excited by how the sport is shaping up, and it is gotten fairly large, so we need to take the time to make the sport nearly as good as we are able to.”
He continued: “Anticipate extra particulars from us as soon as we get nearer to launch.”
Hey gang, only a fast replace about Silksong.
We had deliberate to launch within the 1st half of 2023, however improvement remains to be persevering with. We’re excited by how the sport is shaping up, and it is gotten fairly large, so we need to take the time to make the sport nearly as good as we are able to.
— Matthew Griffin (@griffinmatta) May 10, 2023
Hole Knight: Silksong was first revealed again in February 2019 and was later confirmed to launch someday within the first half of 2023. Nonetheless, it seems to be like that will not be the case anymore. The sport was initially solely introduced for a PC and Nintendo Swap launch, however has since included Xbox and PlayStation. It’ll even be on Xbox Recreation Cross the day it launches.
Because the sequel to 2017’s critically acclaimed Hole Knight, followers have been trying ahead patiently for Silksong. In IGN’s Hole Knight overview, we mentioned: “The world of Hallownest is compelling and wealthy, filled with story that’s left so that you can uncover by yourself, and constructed with branching paths that supply an absurd quantity of alternative in the way you go about discovering it. With such a excessive density of secrets and techniques to seek out and enjoyable, difficult enemies to face, it’s value spending each second you may in Hole Knight.”
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