The new title, which was due to arrive in February, is scheduled to be launched only in August, in order to provide a more polished and quality product
More and more keys and distributors in the gaming world understand, it seems, that there is really no second chance for a first impression - and postponing the launch of several months is preferable to launching a product that does not meet the required standards.
Those who are now joining the trend are Square Enix, Asher Announces now That Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, the title of the futuristic action-role that will continue the works of Adam Jensen, will not be launched On 23 in February 2016 - but 23 in August 2016 (assuming we do not get another postponement, of course).
In a letter to surfers, the developers claim that they are proud of their results now, but are convinced that an addition of six months will allow polishing, upgrading and refinement that will make the Mankind Divided The game is much better.
This is a second high profile rejection coming from Square Enix recently, after the new Hitman Postponed In about four months - in order to provide a higher quality product, of course.
Such rejections They are certainly disappointing for both the pious fans and the average curious, but we really believe that in most cases the extra wait will be worth it, when the game comes ready and at most from the very first moment, and not just after several rounds of Zero-Day patches. Agree with us or not really?
A reminder - that's what we're waiting for, and so far it seems very promising