The Sinking City has been delayed until June 27th

The Sinking City delayed until June 27

The Sinking City delayed until June 27

The Sinking City developer Frogwares has announced that the upcoming Lovecraftian detective game has indeed received a push back.

A reason behind the missing date was explained in a video released today. The decision made is likely so The Sinking City has bigger space in which to breathe with a lack of competition in what is normally a quiet release period.

As mentioned, The Sinking City has been rescheduled for June 28, 2019. We only hope this isn't a regular occurrence.

This will also allow the development team additional time to optimize the game by "making it a little bit better". In the words of Frogwares, "Too many games came out now so we prefer to get out the way".

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Investigating a mysterious and nearly supernatural flood, Charles and the player will need to use all of their detective skills as The Skinking City isn't a game that's going to offer any assistance. Once it does, you'll be able to explore the fictional city of Oakmont, which is inundated not only with floodwaters, but also with the nightmarish creatures that populate H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu mythos.

Frogwares has crafted The Sinking City in such a way that it eschews conventional game design. No magic waypointmarkers automatically telling you where to go or search.

Set to release on June 27, 2019, the reasoning behind delay is simple and refreshingly honest - Frogwares simply didn't want to release their most ambitious title to date in an already jam-packed month.

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