Bethesda and Arkane’s limited-time PS5-exclusive Deathloop, as soon as on observe for a May launch date, has been pushed to September as a substitute. Deathloop will now launch on September 14, 2021. In a brief video from Arkane, they cited the need to obtain the sturdy imaginative and prescient they’ve for Deathloop, whereas additionally making certain the well being and security of everybody in the studio. You can watch the message from Arkane in the tweet beneath:

They additionally launched the delay message as the now ubiquitous image of textual content that we’ve seen so usually from official online game Twitter accounts.

The delay pushes Deathloop out 4 further months, and this isn’t the first time the recreation has been pushed again. Originally set for launch at the finish of 2020, it was pushed to its May release date in Q2 2021. At that point, the studio additionally cited the well being and security of the improvement staff, so it looks like there’s a massive effort to keep away from any type of crunch to get Deathloop throughout the end line.

Deathloop is a singular recreation being a limited-time PS5 console exclusive coming from a now Microsoft-owned studio. When Microsoft bought Bethesda and acquired Arkane in the course of, they promised to honor existing exclusivity agreements. Deathloop was initially revealed again at Betheseda’s E3 2019 showcase, properly earlier than we had any concept that Bethesda and all of its studios would quickly change into Microsoft property. From the studio behind the Dishonored franchise, Deathloop is a classy shooter that sees two rival murderer’s caught in a time loop making an attempt to outdo one another.

Deathloop will make notably detailed use of the PS5’s varied distinctive options, together with the DualSense capabilities for haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, and a buttery smooth 60fps.

Deathloop will now launch on September 14, 2021 on PS5 and PC.