Moons of Madness has had its console release date pushed back by a couple of months, the game’s developer, Rock Pocket Games, has announced today.
Originally set to release on January 21st, 2020 on PS4, Moons of Madness will now be bringing its cosmic horror to consoles on March 24th, 2020.
The brief press release states that the game has been delayed to allow the developers a bit more time to optimise the game for its console release. For the best, really. What’s the point in releasing a decent game in poor condition?
Moons if Madness originally released back in October 2019 for PC where its first-person horror tale was well received by players and critics. If you’re looking for another horror game to keep you in a state of unrest, be sure to add this one to your already packed gaming diary.
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