Keep track of the year's most significant video game delays
The upcoming co-op FPS from the team behind the Vermintide series has been delayed by a matter of months, taking it from its September launch to a November release.
Techland has stated that the Cloud version on Switch needs more time baking in the undead oven. Let's hope Nintendo fans get this zombie sandbox before the year is out.
The upcoming adventure that will show us Middle-earth from the perspective of Gollum has now been pushed back by "a few months". Keep those digits crossed that the final product is precious.
Luminous Productions made the "strategic decision" to move this magic adventure's launch date after discussions with key partners.
The upcoming open-world RPG has been delayed a second time, with a new release date set for February 10, 2023. Hopefully the delay will produce a game worthy of the Wizarding World.
The upcoming action-shooter was initially slated to release sometime in 2022 but is now expected to arrive in Spring 2023. Mr. J must be furious.
First revealed back in 2019, Link's return was originally set to release sometime later this year. Sadly, Zelda fans will now have to wait until next year to play the follow-up to an all-time masterpiece.
Bethesda has confirmed we can expect to see the potentially peerlessly ambitious space-faring RPG launch sometime in the first half of 2023.
"To ensure that you recieve the best, most polished version" of this vamp co-op FPS, Bethesda has delayed Redfall until next year.