It’s only another couple of weeks, though, so chill.
If you were awaiting the launch of Van Helsing: Final Cut, well, prepare to wait a bit more. Just ahead of the game’s official release date, NeoCoreGames has announced that the game will see a slight, minor delay- it will now be launching on October 7 instead.
“It’s a good thing,” NeoCoreGames said. “We consider ourselves very lucky to be able to afford a little more time working on our biggest project yet and we know that it’s the best that we can do for our players too. After all if we call it Final Cut, it must be the final cut.”
NeoCoreGames also confirmed that anyone who already owns the Van Helsing trilogy on either Steam or GoG, or Steam and GoG (even if the games are mixed across the two services) will get the Final Cut for free. That’s not all, either, as even if you do buy the Trilogy after Final Cut has released, you will get Final Cut for free.
That’s pretty swell!