King Arthur: Knight’s Tale Release Date Delayed

Fans looking forward to jumping into the upcoming tactical RPG, King Arthur: Knight’s Tale, will have to wait just a little longer following an announcement from the developer, NeocoreGames, as the official release date for the game has been pushed back.

It was previously announced that King Arthur: Knight’s Tale would be released on Steam on March 29th, 2022. Earlier today developers NeocoreGames sent out word that the game would be delayed slightly, now expected to launch on April 26th, 20220.

King Arthur: Knight’s Tale Release Date Delayed

All content in King Arthur: Knight’s Tale is complete and ready to go but the developers are looking for additional time, around four weeks, to improve a few aspects before release. The team will be focusing on improving voice acting and localization, alongside final testing, hoping to ensure the smoothest possible experience at launch.

The game is currently available to play in Steam Early Access, where players can sample the campaign’s entire first act.

Source: Press Release
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