Nacon and Teyon have announced a delay to RoboCop: Rogue City, pushing the release to November.
The upcoming first-person shooter was originally set to launch in September but has been delayed to November 2nd to provide the game’s developers time to “make necessary improvements” and address player feedback from the July closed beta.
Developer Teyon added in the post: “Our commitment to delivering a game that meets your expectations is unwavering, and this extra time will help us achieve just that.
“Thank you for your continued support and understanding. Your enthusiasm fuels our determination to create a game that you’ll cherish.”
The game sees you take on the role of RoboCop as you attempt to clear the crime-ridden streets of Old Detroit.
The game, which takes place between RoboCop 2 and RoboCop 3, comes with more than 20 different weapons, as well as upgradeable cybernetic abilities to help you on your mission.
Along the way, you’ll get to explore open areas of Old Detroit, where you’ll need to complete objectives by finding evidence, interrogating suspects, and maintaining public order, all according to your own sense of justice.
RoboCop: Rogue City will launch on November 2nd for PC via Steam and PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series consoles.