Agony has been delayed just 10 days ahead of its slated release date, Madmind Studio today announced.
I've been looking forward to the incredibly macabre first-person survival game Agony ever since it caught my eye in late 2016. The game has been successfully funded on Kickstarter and has the attention of quite a few gamers...but unfortunately the studio had to delay the game to ensure quality on all platforms--so that means we won't be venturing into the bloody-bizarre hallowed depths of Hell on March 30 after all.
"As you all have been curious about Agony we do have some information for you. Sadly we have to inform you that March 30th will not be the release date. We will inform you as soon as possible with the final release date of the game," the studio wrote in a new update.
"Why is this? With Agony being released across PS4, PC and Xbox we are facing last steps including polishing to support every player - no matter which platform - with the best possible experience. We wish this could have been done faster but ask for your patience to ensure you get the experience you deserve when Agony is released."
On a lighter note Agony has been age rated in all regions and is priming up for release.
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