Those Who Remain and Deliver Us The Moon Delayed
Those Who Remain and Deliver Us The Moon have been delayed due to the current coronavirus pandemic, publisher Wired Productions has announced.
In a post published via Twitter, Wired Productions stated, “In these uncertain times, we do not want to add any additional workload or stress to those that are affected. We also want to ensure we fully support our partners in retail, who are facing particular difficulties in supply chains.”
The current coronavirus has had a massive impact on the world, and understandably measures have been put in place to slow down the infection rates globally.
Wired Productions go on to say that, “We appreciate that for many people, physically getting hold of stock may prove to be difficult and we hope that by moving some our release dates where necessary, we aid retailers and alleviate some of the pressure our partners are feeling, whilst ensuring our teams and developers also have the time they need during these difficult and unknown times.”
Wired Productions hopes that delaying the launch of the games will help keep their teams and customers safe, and ensure that globally everyone will be able to get their hands on the games at the same time, with nobody missing out due to not being able to get a hold of the game due to current restrictions.
Those Who Remain will now launch in June 2020 both digitally on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, and physically on PlayStation 4 and PC.
Deliver Us The Moon will launch digitally on April 24, 2020, on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One with the physical Deluxe Edition releasing in July 2020 alongside the Nintendo Switch and Collectors Edition.