We’ll be ready a short time longer for Hole Knight: Silksong. The years-in-the-making sequel to the superb Hole Knight was presupposed to launch inside 12 months of the 2022 Xbox June showcase, however a consultant for the sport mentioned Tuesday night that the title might be lacking that launch window.
“We had deliberate to launch within the 1st half of 2023, however improvement continues to be persevering with,” Matthew Griffin, who works on advertising and publishing for the sport, posted on Twitter. “We’re excited by how the sport is shaping up, and it’s gotten fairly huge, so we wish to take the time to make the sport pretty much as good as we will. Count on extra particulars from us as soon as we get nearer to launch.”
Silksong, which options the character Hornet from Hole Knight, was initially set to be Hole Knight DLC, however developer Crew Cherry introduced the sport can be a “full-scale sequel” in 2019. Nintendo confirmed off some gameplay throughout E3 2019, however we didn’t hear a lot from builders Crew Cherry for just a few years after. We acquired a brand new trailer and that now-broken launch window on the Xbox present in June, and in September, Sony introduced the sport can be coming to PlayStation.
There’s one silver lining to the delay: now that Silksong is popping out later than deliberate, I received’t have to fret about squeezing it in alongside Tears of the Kingdom.