Developer Ember Lab has announced another delay for the adventure game Kena: Bridge of Spirits. It’s now set to launch on September 21st.
This was revealed on the game’s official Twitter account, were Ember Lab stated the studio has been “working extremely hard” on Kena: Bridge of Spirits, but they need extra time to “polish the game across all platforms.” The game was originally supposed to launch on August 24th, less than a month away. The additional time will be “critical to ensure the best experience possible,” Ember Lab explained in their statement.
This is Kena’s third delay, and is just another game in a long list of titles that have been pushed back this year. Mostly, the delays are due to the coronavirus pandemic.
There are plenty of other big games coming out in August, including 12 Minutes (August 19th), Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut (August 20th), Psychonauts 2 (August 25th) and No More Heroes 3 (August 27th). Of course, there are many titles releasing in September as well, so these couple of months will be busy times for gamers.
Kena: Bridge of Spirits will be releasing on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC.