Microids Announces Syberia: The World Before Is Delayed Into Early 2022
Microids is a French video game publisher and developer. The company is currently working on many titles, including Syberia: The World Before. Via its official Twitter, the developers has confirmed that Syberia: The World Before will be delayed into Q1 2022. The story-adventure title was originally set to be released on 10th December 2021. Syberia: The World Before will release on PC via Steam, Epic Games Store and GOG sometime in 2022. Furthermore, the company has stated that console versions of the game are planned to release in 2022.
The release commences by stating that the launch will be delayed. It goes on to explain as follows, “We are committed to releasing the best possible game offering an immersive adventure which will transport you and remain faithful to the universe of Benoit Sokal. It currently seems necessary to give ourselves a little more time to finalize the development in the best conditions.”
The statement closed by indicating that the team is trying their best to provide a major episode in the story of Kate Walker, the protagonist in Syberia: The World Before.
Delays should come as no surprise in 2021. The Covid-19 pandemic has affected many industries, and the video game industry is no different. Developers are finding it difficult to meet their deadlines and produce quality products. Fans can hope that as the pandemic slows, developers can return to work and progress quickly.
Syberia: The World Before follows the stories of Kate Walker and Dana Roze who must explore the world, search for treasures and solve complicated puzzles and riddles.
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