Atlas Fallen Release Pushed Back to August 2023 for Additional Polishing and Gameplay Improvements
Deck13 Interactive and Focus Entertainment have announced a delay in the release of their action RPG, Atlas Fallen. The game, initially scheduled to launch on May 16, 2023, will now be released on August 10, 2023. This decision comes after the game’s gameplay reveal trailer and a successful appearance at PAX East 2023. The extra time will allow the developers to polish the game further and enhance gameplay elements.
The developers have expressed their gratitude to the gaming community for the overwhelming support they have received so far, both online and at PAX East. Critics have praised Atlas Fallen’s unique setting, innovative gameplay, and the option for seamless co-op play with friends.
In a statement released on Twitter, Deck13 Interactive and Focus Entertainment explained the rationale behind the decision to delay the game. They emphasized their commitment to providing players with the best possible version of Atlas Fallen and stated that the additional development time would help them achieve that goal.
The developers have also promised to share more updates on the game during early summer, including new gameplay footage and a first look at the drop-in co-op gameplay feature. They thanked fans for their understanding and patience as they work towards delivering a fantastic gaming experience in the deserted lands of Atlas.
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— Deck13 | Atlas Fallen – coming August 10th! 💥 (@Deck13_de) March 29, 2023