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The Waylanders Delayed to February 2

In order to deliver a more polished experience, Gato Salvaje Studio has delayed their real-time-with-pause RPG The Waylanders to February 2, 2022.

According to Gato Salvaje co-founder Fernando Prieto:

“Releasing this month would not provide the quality experience our fans deserve. While we have been working hard to get all our backers and Early Access players the RPG they’d been hoping for before the holidays, we’ve done an internal review pass on The Waylanders and our team needs more time to polish the game. Developing during Covid has been challenging for many teams, including ours, and rushing The Waylanders out the door after nearly four years of development will not make anyone happy. The Waylanders will have over two hours of cinematics and more than thirty hours of gameplay, and we want to provide the best possible day one release version to the community.”

Note that The Waylanders will receive Early Access and Games in Development updates, which will improve areas like The Cave of Eternity and the Fomorian World in The Corrupted Cove. The remaining text localization for multiple Celtic era quests will be included, along with fixes to community-reported bugs.

Learn more about the advanced classes with the trailer for the game below:

The Waylanders Advanced Classes Trailer

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