The arcade card game Destruc­tion All­Stars will no longer be mak­ing its PlaySta­tion 5 launch day release. Instead of a Novem­ber launch, the first-par­ty Sony title will now be releas­ing in Feb­ru­ary 2021. With some­what of a pos­i­tive, the announce­ment also stat­ed the game will be free for PlaySta­tion Plus members.

In a PlaySta­tion blog post from prod­uct devel­op­ment direc­tor, Pete Smith, who empha­sized how impor­tant it is to a destruc­tion der­by game to have plen­ty of play­ers par­tic­i­pat­ing. That’s why, after the game launch­es, it will be avail­able for free to any­one who has a PlaySta­tion Plus mem­bers. The blog is sug­gest­ing it will be avail­able to claim for two months, after which play­er would prob­a­bly be able to keep it with the PS Plus subscriptions.

If you have already pre­ordered Destruc­tion All­Stars, you’ll be get­ting a refund. The blog also promis­es new details and trail­ers com­ing next week, but the game won’t be releas­ing until Feb­ru­ary of next year.

This may be dis­ap­point­ing news for some of you who were look­ing to play the game at launch, but we hope you under­stand the deci­sion,” Smith stat­ed. The blog did­n’t give a spe­cif­ic rea­son for the delay.