The PC version of Warhammer 40K: Darktide has been delayed to November 30, 2022, while the Xbox Series X|S version will launch "shorty after that".
The developer and publisher Fatshark today announced that the game has been delayed once again with the PC version now launching on November 30, 2022, while the console version following "shortly after PC".
Fatshark said that delaying a game is one of the most difficult decisions a developer faces but they simply need more time to release the best possible game.
"While we have been humbled by the great feedback on the game so far, we also need more time to improve stability, performance and to mature key systems," Martin Wahlund, CEO and Co-Founder of Fatshark said.
Additionally, beta and technical tests have been confirmed by the devs. More on this will be shared as we get closer to launch but for now, you can sign-up on the official website if you want to participate.
Warhammer 40K: Darktide was supposed to launch in late 2021 but it was delayed to Spring 2022 and again to September 13, 2022.
This will be the game's third delay and hopefully the last one.
Warhammer 40K: Darktide is launching on PC and Xbox Series X|S. A PlayStation 5 version is yet to be announced.
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