If you were hoping to be taking a trip to a creepy underground bunker from the First World War this month, you'll have to go find one in real life, because Frictional's upcoming game has been pushed back. Amnesia: The Bunker has been delayed from 23rd May to 6th June, so it's only a couple of weeks further down the road.
The delay comes due to "unforeseen certification issues", and the extra time will allow the team to rectify the problem. "We thank you for your understanding and patience," Frictional says, promising "the best possible gameplay experience upon release".
Amnesia: The Bunker is the latest entry in the studio's first-person horror series, changing things up by putting you in the boots of a soldier who's trapped inside an abandoned bunker. Armed with a dynamo flashlight and very limited ammo, you need to feel your way through dark corridors and escape whatever monstrosity is pursuing you.
Are you excited for this one? Don't jump scare us in the comments section below.
Last Amnesia was just ok. The concept and gameplay they’ve shown is cool for this one so take your time, frictional is generally an excellent developer.
Maybe the delay is to produce a PS5 version? Instead of just releasing a native Series X/S version alongside a PS4 version, 2.5 years into this current generation?
Does nobody read, it says right there its a 2 week delay due to a ratings classification issue. You cant produce an entire port in 2 weeks.
@PegasusActual93 That was sarcasm, of course. I'm well aware that a port can't be made in 2 weeks
Noooooo por que?
I know why, its cool. You dont want a faulty start.
Damn shame that it's still stuck on the PS4 though.
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