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Ion Fury: Aftershock expansion gets delayed with no set date now

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Voidpoint has confirmed that while they're deep in development on Ion Fury: Aftershock, it won't be releasing soon.

In a fresh announcement on Steam, they mentioned how "unforeseen delays have pushed back the release beyond our initial projections, but we're committed to not sacrificing quality in order to hit any specific deadline". So there's no set date for it to release but they did give an update on what to expect including: 13 all-new levels, one new weapon, new inventory items, new enemy types and new types of ammo. Additionally there will be an "Arrange Mode, an amped-up remix of the entire original campaign with mirrored levels and modified enemy and item placement that introduce the enhanced loadout and enemy variety into the base game" along with new difficulty levels.

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TheSHEEEP Mar 24, 2022
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Too bad about the delay.

But on the bright side, there are now quite a lot of great FPSs of this kind around.
Hamish Mar 24, 2022
Quoting: VoidpointUnforeseen delays have pushed back the release beyond our initial projections, but we're committed to not sacrificing quality in order to hit any specific deadline.
*insert Duke Nukem Forever joke here*
Oet_ Mar 24, 2022
Long delays are common nowadays. Didn't used to be that way. At least, not as often: :)
Quoting: Hamish*insert Duke Nukem Forever joke here*
I wish companies would postpone the announcement of new titles, instead of release deadlines.
However, aiming for quality is indeed better than aiming for a deadline.
Lanz Mar 25, 2022
Ion Fury is definitely my favourite retro shooter of the past few years. Happy to wait for the team to create the quality they feel called to bring.
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