Frontier Developments has shared a series of updates about the release windows of a number of its upcoming titles, confirming that its Age of Sigmar RTS will now launch later than initially expected.
In its latest financial report covering the first half of its current financial year – which began in June 2021 –, Frontier Development has noted that its Age of Sigmar RTS would no longer launch in the first part of 2023, falling into financial year 2024. This essentially means that we won't get to play Frontier's Age of Sigmar RTS before June 2023.
"This change will further improve the quality and longevity of the game, and overall make it more successful," the developer noted.
In the same financial report, it also revealed its publishing label, Frontier Foundry, has four games set to launch during calendar year 2022. Far: Changing Tides got a March 1 release date yesterday, while Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate - Daemonhunters is also expected to arrive before the end of May 2022.
The remaining two titles weren't named, but one of them could be the project developed by Haeminont Games.
Frontier Developments' Formula 1 management game will then see the light of day in the second half of 2022, making for a fairly eventful year that sees the company expanding to several genres.
As for the games it already released, Jurassic World Evolution 2 is close to selling 1 million copies, being described as a "successful addition" to the company's portfolio.
Elite Dangerous: Odyssey's troubled launch hasn't helped the space sim climb to new heights, but the developed says that the its post launch updates have led to "an upturn in player sentiment."
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