Forspoken will take another three months to be announced after one delay and discussions with its “major partners.”
Just casually mentioning it barely turns Sony’s head God of War: The release date of Ragnarok on a boring blog post, and another upcoming PlayStation Limited Edition, received updates in the most overwhelming way possible.
Square Enix’s non-Final Fantasy role player Forspoken was scheduled to launch in May this year, but was eventually postponed to October. Well, it didn’t even meet that date, and it’s another three months late.
Its new release date is January 24, 2023. Unfortunately, neither Square Enix nor the developer Luminous Productions has a new trailer to mitigate the blows of those looking forward to it.
The reason for the delay this time does not seem to be a hindrance to development. In fact, development is almost finished and it is in the final stages of polishing.
Delays are described as strategic decisions made “as a result of ongoing discussions with key partners.” Forspoken is a PlayStation 5 console, so we’re assuming it’s pointing to Sony.
Perhaps Forspoken decided to increase sales in January? The month looks sparse at this point, and other games are only planned to remake the dead space.
That said, there are some titles that will get a lot of attention in October, but there’s no risk of completely obscuring Forspoken. With the exception of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, it hasn’t been released until October 28, more than two weeks after Forspoken’s last launch date.
It was previously rumored that Forspoken would be delayed if Square Enix decided to release FINAL FANTASY 16 later this year.
This is clearly not happening as FINAL FANTASY 16 is scheduled for the summer of 2023 and will be deployed at least five months after Forspoken’s new date.
If you’re lucky, new information and new trailers are just around the corner. Delay updates will allow more to be shared about Forspoken later in the summer.
Forspoken release for PlayStation 5 and PC on January 24, 2023.
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