Publisher Slitherine and developer The Artistocrats today announced that Starship Troopers - Terran Command has been delayed until 2021.
Starship Troopers - Terran Command's delay comes as a result of the ongoing pandemic, which "hit the team hard," according to the publisher, "compromising efficiency and disrupting plans for mobilizing a launch in 2020."
Despite having received additional resources following its initial reveal back in December 2019, the real-time strategy game is now aiming to launch at some point in Q2 2021.
Before that happens, fans will get to register for a chance to participate in closed beta tests that will occur in the lead-up to release.
Starship Troopers - Terran Command brings to life a franchise that's often overlooked by video game developers and will feature a story campaign, tactical elements like True Line of Sight and True Line of Fire, alongside tons of bugs to murder.
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We have an important update regarding #StarshipTroopers - Terran Command we'd like to share with you today.— Slitherine Software (@SlitherineGames) December 16, 2020
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