The Sinking City delayed until June to give players "breathing space"

Judy Cobb
March 10, 2019

Bigben Interactive has announced that its upcoming Lovecraftian-inspired game "The Sinking City" has been delayed for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. In any case, this allows Frogwares more time to optimize their title and smooth out any issues ahead of its new release date. They say it's to escape the crush of games that have come out recently and continue to come, and that it'll be nice to have a little extra time to polish it anyway. The decision made is likely so The Sinking City has bigger space in which to breathe with a lack of competition in what is normally a quiet release period.

If you're looking for something to tide yourself over until June 27, you can check out The Sinking City's latest trailer containing over four minutes of gameplay. "We hope that this new date will suit you all well".

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The developers have promised that all this time spent on improving the quality of the final assembly of the game. Once it does, you'll be able to explore the fictional city of Oakmont, which is inundated not only with floodwaters, but also with the nightmarish creatures that populate H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu mythos. The player steps into the shoes of a private investigator who finds himself trapped in the city of Oakmont Massachusetts - a city suffering from unprecedented floods of supernatural origins.

Hopefully, the delay means an even better game.

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