Kena: Bridge of Spirits Delayed to 2021


Kena: Bridge of Spirits, the third-person action-adventure from developer Ember Lab has been behind schedule to Q1 2021.

The studio at the back of Kena introduced the scoop on Twitter, noting the transfer to operating from house because of COVID-19 has “led to building to transport slower than we was hoping.” The studio’s complete remark reads:

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The Ember Lab Staff is beaten and humbled through the sure reaction and outpouring of fortify for Kena: Bridge of Spirits. Your type phrases and pleasure for the sport were an inspiration to the crew.

This yr has introduced many demanding situations and our transition to operating from house has led to building to transport slower than we was hoping. Because of this, we’ve made the tough determination to prolong the discharge of Kena: Bridge of Spirits to Q1, 2021. We have now now not made this determination calmly, however really feel it’s best for the sport and well-being of the crew. We can use this time to provide the sport the polish it merits and ship an enjoy that meets our imaginative and prescient and your expectancies.

We look ahead to sharing extra about Kena within the coming months and turning in a fantastic enjoy early subsequent yr.

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Kena remains to be set for unlock on PS5, PS4, and PC by way of the Epic Video games Retailer.

Maximum not too long ago, Ember Lab presented up new information about what the PS5 gives Kena: Bridge of Spirits on a gameplay, tale, and visible stage, after having in the past showcased extra of the impressive-looking journey all over IGN’s Summer season of Gaming previous this yr.

Ember Lab introduced Kena all over the PS5 exhibit previous this yr.

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Jonathon Dornbush is IGN’s Senior Information Editor, host of Podcast Past!, and PlayStation lead. Communicate to him on Twitter @jmdornbush.http://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

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