The Thaumaturgean upcoming narrative-driven, turn-based RPG, should be released in just a few days on February 20th. However, the game has now been pushed back to March as the developers and publishers hope to avoid a “busy” February and give the game more “room to breathe.”
As we warned at the end of last yearThe first few months of 2024 have been full of popular video game releases. That’s bad news for people hoping to make up their 2023 backlog in what is typically a quiet time for the gaming industry, as the first few weeks of 2024 have already produced successes like…
On February 12, developer Fool’s Theory and publisher 11 Bit Studios announced this on Twitter and stated in a press release that this was the case The Thaumaturge
“Taking into account the busy February release period and the opportunity to create a better release window,” the two companies said in a statement, “we decided to use this opportunity to give more scope for it to receive the attention it deserves “We want you to have enough time to enjoy the game to the fullest, and we don’t think the current release window is the perfect time to do that.”
While people who have been waiting to play the game are probably a little sad that they have to wait about two weeks longer, it’s a smart move to step away from so many hit games big and small and try to Finding a small gap in the release schedule to give your game a better chance of finding an audience, as well as the attention of overworked critics and content creators. We have to wait and see whether the step is worth it.
The Thaumaturgean isometric role-playing game set in 1905 in an alternative Polish universe full of magical powers and difficult decisions, is now releasing on March 4th for PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X/S.