You possibly can maintain your bowler hat and bustle robes within the closet a bit bit longer: co-op Victorian fantasy survival game Nightingale is going through one other delay. Initially deliberate for an early entry launch in 2022, Nightingale missed the mark and re-targeted for the primary half of this 12 months. Now it has been nudged as soon as once more into the longer term.

In a brand new Nightingale developer update video, Inflexion Video games CEO (and former BioWare basic supervisor) Aaryn Flynn introduced “we have come to the choice to maneuver our early entry launch date to the autumn of this 12 months, which is spring should you’re within the southern hemisphere.”

In case you’re a bit foggy on the small print of Nightingale, it is set in a Victorian alt-history where you have turn out to be trapped in a mystical realm and should construct an property, battle monsters, craft gear and dapper outfits, and open gateways to harmful realms to seek out uncommon sources. The survival game will be performed alone or in co-op PvE.

Flynn says the delay is predicated on just a few issues, like suggestions from playtesters, the need to include extra high quality of life enhancements, and the fine-tuning of participant development. Flynn additionally says the delay will give the devs time to improve the game to Unreal Engine 5.2 and “will permit us to proceed the progress we have been making whereas not jeopardizing the health of our group.”

There isn’t any particular launch date but although Flynn says one will probably be introduced someday this summer time. A brand new playtest is coming quickly as nicely, and can span two full weeks and weekends. Inflexion expects to ship out about 10,000 invitations for this new playtest, so keep watch over the official web site for that announcement.