Homeworld 3, the highly anticipated sequel to the beloved real-time strategy game, has been delayed once again. Gearbox and Blackbird Interactive, the developers of the game, announced that the release date has been pushed back from March to May 13, with early access beginning on May 10. The decision to delay the release was made in order to make final adjustments to the overall gaming experience.
In a joint statement, the developers expressed their gratitude to the gaming community for their patience and support. They mentioned that they had received valuable feedback from players who participated in the War Games public demo, as well as from a dedicated group of external players who had the opportunity to play the full game. This feedback led to the decision to delay the release in order to ensure that the game meets the level of quality that both the developers and the players desire.
The statement also mentioned that the developers will continue to keep the gaming community informed of their progress and encouraged players to submit their feedback through various channels, including social media, the Homeworld Universe Discord, and the support page.
Homeworld 3 has been in development for some time and has faced its share of challenges. Blackbird Interactive, the studio behind the game, recently experienced layoffs and project cancellations. Despite these setbacks, the developers are committed to delivering an exceptional gaming experience with Homeworld 3.
The game will feature fleet-based combat, a hallmark of the original Homeworld, as well as new features such as a roguelite-style cooperative mode. Fans of the series can look forward to experiencing the next installment when it is finally released in May.
As the release date approaches, stay tuned for more coverage on IGN for the latest updates and news about Homeworld 3. The developers are working hard to ensure that the game lives up to the expectations of the gaming community, and their dedication to delivering a high-quality gaming experience is evident in their decision to delay the release for final adjustments.
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