Very little is known about Jett: The Far Shore, the indie game from developer Superbrothers planned for release on both PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. It was announced during Sony's Future of Gaming event back in June for a 2020 release, but now we'll have to wait a little longer for liftoff. The space explorer has been delayed to next year, likely due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
In a statement issued on the Superbrothers website, the team simply said: "Jett: The Far Shore is now fixin' to deploy in 2021 on PlayStation consoles and PC on the Epic Games Store. Hectic times, so we've revised our trajectory. It'll be stellar, when it alights." The developer also states that it will be going quiet on the game for a while longer, so don't expect any updates probably until the new year. So, there we have it. Jett: The Far Shore joins Kena: Bridge of Spirits and Deathloop as one more PS5 title we'll have to look forward to playing next year instead of the next few months. For the PS5 games we will be able to play at launch, head on through the link.
Had you been looking forward to playing Jett: The Far Shore in 2020? Crash-land in the comments below.
[source superbrothershq.com, via ign.com]
It looks intriguing, but I'm afraid most people will be turned off by it until they learn more.
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