Route 59 Games announced that their cel-shaded visual novel Necrobarista will receive a slight delay to Q3 2019 from its previously announced August 8 release date.
The reason for the delay is to allow the game to percolate a little longer so that it will be at its best at launch. The additional development time also means that Necrobarista will support more languages at launch including, English, French, French (Canadian), Italian, German, Spanish, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Japanese, Korean, Russian, Turkish, Arabic, Brazilian Portuguese, and Dutch.
The studio is excited to share the game with fans and appreciates the enthusiasm for the game. This delay will ultimately allow them to deliver a product that they will be proud of.
The PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch versions are still on track to release in 2020.
Necrobarista is a visual novel that takes the genre to the world of 3D and has player experience the story through the cinematic narrative with branching scenarios and depth. Players will also be able to explore the cafe and investigate its environments as they speak with customers and learn about their unfinished business.
The camera of the game will shift between several characters’ perspectives as players get to understand this world and the story it’s trying to tell. The idea is to have a free-roaming experience that tells a compelling story that adventure fans will feel comfortable with.
In case you missed it, check out the most recent gameplay trailer.
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