Tropico 6 Delayed Now Releasing on March 29th
Simon Hellwig, Owner and Director of Kalypso Media has shared a open letter explaining the reasons behind another delay for Tropico 6, but is not all bad news as all customers who have pre-ordered the game by 7pm (CET) January 10th, 2019 will receive the first DLC, planned for Q2 2019, free of charge.
The reasons behind the delay is feedback from players where concerned not only about new features like pathfinding, which is a a multiplayer mode that suffers from lack of balance, and feels a bit broken. So in answer to the fans complains Hellwig promises more testing and enhancement to meet the highest quality standards for Tropico 6.
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Read below an extract of the open letter shared by Simon Hellwig, Owner and Managing Director of Kalypso Media Group
“Over the holidays, I have played Tropico 6 for many hours and really liked what I saw. But, in my humble opinion, it is not enough to like a game – I want to love it! And Tropico 6 is good, but not very good, or outstanding. Yet.
Combining my own opinion and the response we had from thousands of dedicated beta players around the world, Kalypso has decided to postpone the release of the game for another couple of months to March 29, 2019.
We know this is short notice and many of you, especially the ones who have pre-ordered, played the beta and gave such comprehensive and valued feedback, might be disappointed – but we think we can make the game better by adding some more icing on the Tropican cake.
Again, I apologize for the delay, and can only ask all fans for their patience and understanding as we put in even more work, with the hope that the game will meet your expectations on March 29, 2019.”
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