Publisher Nacon and developer Cyanide Studio today announced their decision to delay the PC early access launch of Blood Bowl 3, which was originally given a September 2021 window.
The feedback received from July's closed beta session helped the team behind the game identify key improvements that could be made, but also revealed that it was "a bit too optimistic" as far as Blood Bowl 3's initial early access release window goes.
"Our primary concern is the quality of the game experience we will deliver when the game releases, and we want to take enough time to achieve these quality goals," reads the delay announcement posted on Twitter.
Blood Bowl 3's early access version wasn't given a new release window just yet, but we should hear more on the matter "in the coming weeks."
When its full 2022 launch comes around, the game will give players a choice between an expansive roster of no less than 12 teams that cater to both those who enjoy strategizing and those who prefer punching things.
Keep updated on the latest PC Gaming news by following GameWatcher on, checking out our videos on , giving us a like on , and joining us on .
Hi everyone,— Blood Bowl The Video Game (@BloodBowl_Game) September 22, 2021
We've been quiet for a while, but not inactive.
It's been long overdue. It's time to give you an update on Blood Bowl 3. pic.twitter.com/fs0MWzi96a