Xbox One Console Exclusive Below Won’t Receive Any New Info Unless The Release Date Is Finalized

Probably a smart idea.

Posted By | On 30th, Jul. 2017 Under News | Follow This Author @Shubhankar2508


Super Time Force Ultra developers Capybara Games announced rogue-like title Below as a console exclusive for Xbox One (and eventually the Xbox One X) at E3 2013, but since then, we haven’t heard a lot about the game. It was delayed “indefinitely” in 2016, and since then, we haven’t received any updates on the game. And it looks like that won’t change until such time the game has a proper release date for the developers to work towards.

Capybara Games recently took to Twitter, and when they were asked about any updates on the game, they reiterated their previous stance that they won’t be promoting the game and releasing any new updates until they were further along in the development cycle and had a firm release date in mind. They further said that as per them, it’s better to finish a game before sharing info on it.

They then went on to promise that the game will be “worth the wait”. You can check out their tweets below. And while it doesn’t look like we’ll be receiving any significant updates on the game anytime soon, we’ll still be waiting for word on the game’s release date. Stay tuned for more coverage.


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  • Cypher-Unknown

    ‘They then went on to promise that the game will be “worth the wait”.’

    Did they?

    ‘Thank you – we’ll do our best to make it worth the wait.’

    No, they didn’t.

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  • Billy

    I understand why they are wanting to wait until they have a release date because allot of games are announced to early, they get hyped up and then fizzle out then on release day gamers are like oh that game, with no excitement at all. So I get it, though I do wish they would give some info just not anything big like game trailers maybe something like posting the title, estimated year and quarter.

  • Mr Xrat

    Four years of E3s for this and those other crumbs.

    It’s fine when Microsoft does it though.


 

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