Survival horror RPG Chernobylite, originally scheduled to release at the start of September, has been pushed back until 28th September. The publisher, All In! Games, cited “unforeseen issues with the console build” as the reason for the short postponement. “We want to make sure we always deliver projects that are in excellent shape and pushing Chernobylite’s console release date back a few weeks will allow us to accomplish that,” boss Piotr Żygadło said.
A native PS5 port is not due until next year, but the title will of course be playable with backwards compatibility on the next-gen console. A short delay is naturally not the end of the world, and while this does push it in closer in proximity to some of this year’s heavier hitters, at least you won’t have to wait too long to enter the Exclusion Zone.