Greedfall Delay Until 2019 Confirmed, Releases New Trailer (VIDEO)
E3 2018 has come and gone, but it has provided us many updates on previously announced games. Unfortunately for impatient fans, some of the updates from E3 this year have been announcements of delays for hotly anticipated games, including Kingdom Hearts 3 and Crackdown 3 being delayed until 2019. One game that its followers have been wondering about has been Greedfall, which was announced early last year and has revealed little else about itself since. Fans have finally received an update at this year’s E3, but with a bit of a disappointing caveat. Focus Home Interactive has confirmed a Greedfall delay that will move the game to a 2019 release.
A new Greedfall E3 2018 trailer has been released this week and gives a deeper look at the game’s story, which has players control a 17th century human character looking to help colonize an island paradise inhabited by native Elves. Based on this new trailer, however, it seems that the natives will not passively stand by and allow themselves to be subjugated to colonial rule. Their use of magic can give them a boost, and they may even convince the player character to join their side against the oppressors.
The description for the trailer provides other details about the game, including that its visuals are meant to heavily reflect the baroque art style of the 17th century and that its RPG elements will allow the player’s choices to greatly alter the course that the island and all of its warring factions will face. Sadly, the trailer description does confirm that the game will be delayed until an unknown date in 2019, but hopefully that gives the team at Spiders the time to spin a quality web for this game to walk upon. What do you guys think about the Greedfall delay announcement and new trailer? Let us know in the comments below!
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