Deathloop delayed to September 14

A second major delay for the time loop first-person shooter.

Deathloop

Publisher Bethesda Softworks and developer Arkane Lyon have delayed Deathloop from its previously planned May 21 release date to September 14. It will be available for PlayStation 5 and PC when it launches.

This is the second major delay for the title, which was originally planned to launch in holiday 2020, before being delayed to Q2 2021, which was later confirmed as May 21.

Get the full statement from Arkane Lyon below.

We’ve made the decision to delay the launch of Deathloop to September 14, 2021.

We’re committed to quality and preserving our team’s ambitions for Deathloop while ensuring the health and safety of everyone at Arkane. We’ll be using this extra time to accomplish our goal: create a fun, stylish, and mind-bending player experience.

We apologize for the extended wait and thank you all for your passion and excitement. It is the fuel that powers our creativity and our hard work. We can’t wait to show you more Deathloop soon!

– Game Director Dinga Bakaba, Art Director Sebastien Mitton, and the Arkane Lyon team

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