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Cinematic narrative adventure Until Then delayed a few weeks

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Originally due to launch on May 23rd, the cinematic narrative adventure Until Then from Polychroma Games has been delayed.

In the announcement on Steam they mentioned "We wanted to share a quick update on Until Then's release date. To ensure we deliver the best possible experience, we have made the decision to delay the game’s launch by just a few weeks.". No new release date has been announced yet.

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  • Play out your own adventure.
  • Investigate the setting through everyday technology.
  • Explore themes of love, loss, and friendship.
  • Play addictively mundane mini-games.
  • Immerse yourself in a cinematic visual experience.
  • Experience a world inspired by Philippine locations and culture.

Once I see a new release date I'll let you know. I'm quite keen to check this one out myself, the style of it looks really interesting and different.

You can follow it on the Steam page.

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Julius May 3
> Experience a world inspired by Philippine locations and culture.

Always nice to see games explicitly going for a non-generic setting. It's kind of sad that even games developed outside the US often end up going for what seems like a generic but heavily US influenced setting.
based May 3
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