The Sinking City Delayed Until June

By James Kearle, 15 days ago
Ukrainian developer Frogwares, best known for creating the Sherlock Holmes Series, have confirmed today that their Lovecraftian-inspired action-adventure title The Sinking City will no longer be launching on March 21st as originally planned. Instead, it will now release in just over three months time, on June 27th.


Although this news comes at quite short notice, a video from the developer's YouTube channel provides a candid insight regarding the reasons behind the delay. Simply put, March was deemed too crowded for The Sinking City to truly receive the recognition Frogwares feels it deserves, with other popular AAA games from larger studios such as Devil May Cry 5, Tom Clancy's The Division 2, and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice dominating this month's gaming calendar. Sergey Oganesyan (Community Manager at Frogwares) shows a refreshing sense of self-awareness in announcing the news below, indicating that the comparatively small team wish to release their newest title in "a less crowded time-frame" after all of March's "great" blockbuster releases have had their time in the spotlight.

Are you disappointed with the delay? Is The Sinking City is on your radar in 2019? Let us know in the comments.

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James Kearle
Written by James Kearle
James is a 24-year-old gamer from Wales, UK. Fan of BioShock, Half-Life, Metro, Fallout, and Portal. Outside of gaming, James is an avid supporter of the San Francisco 49ers, San Francisco Giants, San Jose Sharks, and Cardiff Devils. He is also studying for an MBA, engaged, and hopes he never has to write about himself in the third-person ever again.