Flintlock: The Siege Of Dawn Has Been Delayed To 2024

No specific release window has been revealed yet.

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  • Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn has been delayed to 2024 for the devs to release it in the best state possible. A44 Games wants to make it the “best experience it can be at launch.”
  • The team announced the decision to delay the game on Twitter, but no release window was revealed. It is unclear whether the game comes out in early 2024 or the second half for now.
  • The project is a new IP by the team behind Ashen, featuring Souls-like elements with adjustable difficulty. It is an open-world action RPG where gunplay meets magic and fantasy.
  • The game is slated to release on the Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC through Steam and the Epic Games Store. 

The highly awaited new Xbox IP by A44 Games, Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn, has reportedly been delayed to next year, as announced by the renowned devs on the official Twitter handle. The game was initially revealed at the Xbox Showcase event last year, enticing a lot of fans with a first look into the gameplay reveal trailer. The renowned devs made the decision to delay the project to deliver the “best experience it can be at launch.

The team has been toiling hard to weave together an enticing world with a remarkable combat system to create a highly enjoyable Souls-like venture meant for both beginners and veterans alike. Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn will feature a “deeply detailed open world brimming with thrilling fights, rewarding exploration and a true sense of discovery.” Another year spent on the game will likely push it to stand among the best 2024 releases.

It’s important to our whole team that Flintlock is a special experience, and we owe it to ourselves and to all of you who have been following the game since we announced to make it the most impressive and unforgettable game it can be,” the team further adds in the announcement.

Moreover, the devs have stated that a slew of exciting things will be announced for the fans that are patiently awaiting to play the hardcore open-world action RPG. The community also chimed in to support the talented team at A44 Games, asking them to take their due time to release the game in a bug-free state. Another year will also ensure that the game comes out in a polished condition without any game-breaking issues.

Initially, Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn was slated to arrive in early 2023, but the team did not provide a release window, and now we will have to wait another year to play the awaited project. However, it remains unclear whether it is planned for an early 2024 release or in the second half of the year. A44 Games may update the community more in the near future as the title progresses further in development and polishing.

If you are unfamiliar, Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn is a next-gen Souls-like set in an open-world action RPG world that is best defined as a mix of gunplay with huge pinches of fantasy and magic. The title brewed by the Ashen devs pits the players in a bloody warzone with a highly rewarding yet tough combat system. Soar the skies in the hot desert sand or venture deep into the perilous ruins in a quest to save humanity from a looming threat.

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The entry is set to release next year on the Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC through Steam and the Epic Games Store. Moreover, it will be added to the huge roster of the Xbox Game Pass and Game Pass Ultimate as a day-one launch game, which is nothing short of practical for Xbox owners.

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