The isometric immersive simulation game “Weird West” being developed by Raphaël Colantonio’s WolfEye studio has been postponed. Publisher Devolver Digital stated that the beta test went very smoothly, but it was not perfect, so it did not arrive in January as planned, but postponed it to March 31.
“Weird West is incredible (according to the Beta testers), but some unstable moments need to be resolved (also according to the Beta testers)!” Dvor wrote on Twitter. “WolfEyeGames has done something special, and we hope you all have the best experience when it is released.”
Weird West is unbelievable (according to the beta testers), but some unstable moments need to be resolved (also according to the beta testers)! @WolfEyeGames has done something special, and we hope you all have the best experience when it is released. March 31 | PC, PS4, XB1, Game Pass pic.twitter.com/ebU7roUE8GDecember 22, 2021
The problem seems to stem from the inherent complexity of immersive simulation games. Colontonio, who co-founded Arkane Studios in 1999, said: “We all know how great these games become when combined. Every player has their own experience and there are too many things that can happen. Some of these things It can happen.” To be great, some of these things cannot be so great. “
The Weird West is very promising, and I don’t mind waiting a few more months to get it. I am a big fan of immersive simulation games. Although the isometric perspective of this game is a bit unusual, it seems to work well.
“Weird West assured me that immersive simulation games are still fun, still keen, and open to developers who want to push it further,” our associate editor Tyler Colp wrote in a recent hands-on preview. “If the game I play is close to the last game in early 2022, I will be happy to enter its clockwork world and make some mistakes.”
Yes, of course I am looking forward to it.