A piece of recent news has shaken those who were anticipating the arrival of Remothered: Broken Porcelain on 25th August 2020. This has disappointed the fans to a great extent.
Many folks who love some eerie vibes had seen the amazing spooky trailer of the game back in June 2020. As soon as Modus Games released the trailer, horror fans started counting days for 25th August to come. However, according to the latest press release, Modus clearly said that the release date is postponed. This isn’t excellent news, especially for the ones who had been awed by the previous versions of Remothered, and were eagerly waiting for its sequel.
The decision taken isn’t aimless. Modus Games made it clear that the Remothered: Broken Porcelain will get released on 20th October 2020. The reason is simple; the game needs some extra polishing. The makers aren’t very confident about releasing the game in the next month and need some more time to make the game better. Well, the reasoning is valid and understood. The world is in crisis right now, and thus it is no surprise that makers are in need of some extra time. Therefore, Remothered: Broken Porcelain is not the only game that got its release date postponed.
Modus was very frank when it talked about the importance of delivering the best game experience. It said that there is no harm in giving some games some extra days. A few more months are what the team needs to make sure that they deliver exactly what they wanted to with the sequel of Remothered. Also, it emphasised the need for companies to get away from the crunch culture. This shows that the team is taking a relaxed and calm approach to making everything look polished in the Remothered: Broken Porcelain.
Maybe, the release of the game was postponed to October due to some Halloween activity (pun intended). October is a month of Halloween celebration, and thus it makes sense to enjoy a spooky game at that time. The Remothered: Tormented Fathers also got released in the Halloween time last year, and it seems that the upcoming version will take the trend ahead. So, perhaps the delay isn’t that unfortunate, as the ultimate experience of playing the game in the spooky nights of Halloween would be a delight for horror fans. Also, it’s okay to wait for better sometimes, isn’t it?
The much-awaited game Remotherd: Broken Porcelain will release on 20th October 2020. All the horror fans using PC, PS4, Xbox One and Switch will be getting the best time of their lives.