Square Enix has announced a delay for Exit which should appear in May.
The game will be now published on October 11th.
According to the announcementthe game still needs some polishing before it’s ready for primetime.
“Our vision for this exciting new IP is to deliver a game world and hero that players around the world will want to experience for years to come, so getting it right is extremely important to us,” the Explanation.
“To that end, we will be focusing all our efforts on improving the game over the next few months, and we can’t wait for you all to experience Frey’s journey this fall.”
“Thank you for your understanding and continued support. We look forward to sharing more about Forspoken with you soon.”
The RPG tells the story of Frey, a young New Yorker who has been transported to the land of Athia, where she gains powers. Throughout her journey, she will learn to cast and use dozens of different types of magic and spells.
In search of a way home, she must use her newfound magical abilities to traverse different landscapes with magically enhanced parkour. This dynamic and acrobatic movement, enhanced by Frey’s mystical abilities, allows her to magically flow, zip, and levitate across Athia with speed and fluidity.
For the story, developers worked with writer Gary Whitta (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), who conceived the original concept. The team also worked with writer/director Amy Hennig (Uncharted series), who developed the story concept in 2019.
Additional contributors to the game are Forspoken’s story and screenplay lead writers: Allison Rymer (Shadowhunters) and Todd Stashwick (Devil Inside). And BAFTA-winning composers Bear McCreary (God of War (2018) and TV series The Walking Dead) and Garry Schyman (Bioshock series) wrote the score.
Formerly known as Project Athia, Forspoken is being developed in conjunction with Luminous Productions. It will be available for PC and PS5.