Deliver Us The Moon and Those Who Remain delayed due to coronavirus

Two new games have been delayed in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, this time Wired Productions’ Deliver Us The Moon and the ones that remain.

The publisher took to Twitter for one statement on the two delays, stating that the alarming spread of COVID-19 has led to their headquarters and several other offices being closed. “In these uncertain times, we don’t want to add any extra workload or stress to those affected. We also want to ensure that we fully support our retail partners who are facing certain supply chain problems,” the statement said.

Consequently, those who remain are pushed from the May 2020 release date to “later in June”. The game is available digitally on PS4, Xbox One and PC, with a physical release limited to PS4 and PC.

Deliver Us The Moon will still launch digitally on April 24 as planned, but the physical Deluxe edition will be pushed back to July, where it will be released along with the Switch and Collectors edition.

It’s an unfortunate, although relatively trivial, reality that video games, TV shows and movies are likely to be delayed if the world struggles with an unprecedented situation. From now on, Microsoft says the Xbox Series X probably will not be delayed in production due to coronavirus, and Sony PR recently confirmed the PS5 has not yet slowed down, but all that is subject to change in the coming weeks and months.

For a more positive reading, read how Microsoft and Mojang help quarantine children with the free Minecraft Education pack.

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