Post by Steve Farrelly @ 03:12pm 13/04/23 | 0 Comments
SEGA and developer Amplitude Studios SAS have announced that Endless Dungeon will now be launching in October of this year after having originally been slated for release this coming May 18. The game, which has been in development for awhile now, has been pushed back to "better incorporate community feedback", the pair disclosed.
Check out the last gameplay trailer we saw for the game embedded above.
The news of the delay came via press release and states in full:
Drawing on player feedback, Amplitude will work on improvements including balancing, meta-progression, onboarding, and general polishing to create the ultimate roguelite experience for players.
Romain de Waubert, General Manager and CCO of Amplitude Studios said:
“We’re grateful and honoured that players are looking forward to playing ENDLESS DUNGEON. The feedback we’ve received across our OpenDev sessions so far has proved to us that we truly have something special on our hands and we want to ensure we have time for the game to reach its full potential.
"Players have always been at the heart of our studio’s philosophy and releasing ENDLESS DUNGEON in October will allow us the extra time to keep working with the community and polishing the game for an amazing day one experience.
"We can't wait for fans of the Universe and newcomers alike to experience ENDLESS DUNGEON’s unique gameplay combination of rogue-lite, tactical action and tower defense.”
Delays in this day and age are often seen as a good thing, given we've usually waited so long anyway, what's a few more months or a year to ensure the end product is all it could and rightly should be, so this isn't bad news. Just an update to let you know to shift your calendar expectation from May 18 to October 19, though those who pre-order or have pre-ordered will get early access on the 17th.