Remothered: Broken Porcelain Gets A Slight Delay For Polishing
Fans of Remothered may be a little sad to hear that the upcoming sequel, Broken Porcelain, has suffered a slight delay from its originally announced August 25th date. Developer Stormind Games has pushed the release date back a few weeks to allow proper time to get the game as polished as they can.
Thankfully the delay is only about 4 weeks from its original target, with release set for October 20th. We should still have the game in our hands before Halloween this year. This does put it in a pretty great, but also slightly competitive, time window this fall, when many horror games usually drop. Also, Broken Porcelain‘s release will be just weeks before what we can assume is the launch of the new major consoles. More details on the situation from the developer themselves can be found at the publisher’s website here, and you can always continue following the updates from the official Remothered social media accounts as well.
Remothered: Broken Porcelain‘s date change comes in the wake of several other highly-anticipated game releases also delayed this year, as game development is now a much different beast in the current global pandemic that’s forcing most developers to split up teams and work in different environments than in the past. Hopefully this will be the last of the delays we see for the game, as it’s certainly one of my most-awaited of 2020. Sometimes quality takes time, and I’d rather see the game in better shape at launch than wait for several patches.