Today Sega and Amplitude Studios announced a rather sizable delay for the roguelite tactical action game Endless Dungeon.
The game was supposed to launch on May 18, 2023, but it'll now release on October 19, which means we'll have to wait several months longer to get our hands on Endless Dungeon. Do keep in mind that this applies to PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One.
The Nintendo Switch version never had an announced release date to begin with and that isn't changing today, the specific launch date for Nintendo's console will be announced at a later date.
An early access on October 17 will be provided to those who pre-order the “Last Wish” Digital Edition on PC and Consoles.
According to Amplitude Studios, which semi-recently released the 4X game Humankind, the additional time will let them tweak balancing, meta-progression, onboarding, and general polishing with the goal "to create the ultimate roguelite experience for players."
The press release included a statement from general manager Romain de Waubert.
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.