The latest edition of Gamescom had enabled us, among other things, to discover HUMANKIND for the first time, the 4X from French Amplitude Studio, which was hoping to make 2020 the year of civilizational development. A few days after its publication (re) program, human adventure prefers to push back happiness.
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The thousandfold waltz of postponements continues tirelessly to claim victims, like the ugly virus that is primarily blamed and it is evident with a certain sadness that we are experiencing today the postponement of HUMANKIND to the next August 17th.
A time slated for April 22nd will be more summer than spring, and the Amplitude studio explains:
While humanity is already a great game, many of you think it could be even better, and after analyzing your feedback, we realized what improvements could be made.
This work takes time and we have decided to postpone the release. This delay gives us the time we need to improve the game and ensure that you can enjoy it to the full on the day it launches.
Story to offer some promises of his good faith, The French Post lists a variety of specific details, from the many post-beta balance sheets to clarifying the diplomatic operation through a clearer tutorial phase and an improvement in the user interfaceThe Parisians are not allowed to twist their thumbs.
While waiting to get their hands on the successful version of HUMANKIND, the most curious can reread the playful preview of the conqueror Camille or consult the rich infographic that has just been revealed. It’s up to you to see!