The Sinking City Gets New Release Date to Avoid Crowded March Timeframe

The Sinking City release date has been moved to June

The Sinking City has been delayed until June 27th

A couple weeks ago, the March 21 release date for Lovecraftian detective adventure The Sinking City mysteriously disappeared from Steam, leaving players wondering about the state of development.

Community Manager for Frogwares, Sergey Oganesyan, hopped on YouTube to deliver the message of a new The Sinking City release date directly to fans. In the words of Frogwares, "Too many games came out now so we prefer to get out the way". The reason is, quite simply, that the developers and publisher want to release the game with less competition.

When the latest trailer for The Sinking City was released without a street date attached, we theorized it might be suffering a delay.

As for why the original release date has been scrapped, Frogwares points to a crowded release window in March, with Devil May Cry 5, The Division 2 and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice - three of the biggest AAA titles set for debut this month.

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The Sinking City will be a free investigation game set in the 1920s. "With so many great games coming out around the same time, I'm sure this will also give you some breathing space for your playing time".

Within The Sinking City, players take on the role of a private investigator in Charles W. Reed.

The additional time will also allow us to continue to optimise The Sinking City making it a little bit better.

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