Amazon has postponed its upcoming open world MMO New world, one of two tentpole games from the burgeoning game studio from August 25th to an undefined date in spring 2021. The announcement will be made less than two weeks after Amazon released its other tentpole game, the free-to-play shooter Has crucible, back to the closed beta after less than a month of wide availability. It sounds like Amazon is being more careful about game development after testers gave early feedback that the games weren’t exactly what they hoped for.
The New world The team wants to “add more features and content before we make it available to a wider audience,”
Although most of us will have to wait until next year to try New worldThere is another early access option: If you signed up for the beta on or before July 9, pre-ordered the game, or are a current alpha tester with a “good reputation”, you can sign up for a “First.” -” take part. Look at the hand New world”Starting with the game’s previously scheduled start date, August 25, according to an FAQ on the New world Website.
If you get access to this first look, Lawrence says that you can play the game “as is” and “for a limited time”.
New worldThe delay (the second of the game) leaves Amazon Games only one more title Power publish in the near future: Pac-Man Live Studio, a new version of Pac-Man that you can play directly on Twitch, which is owned by Amazon. Bandai Namco and Amazon Games announced in May that the game will be available in June, but it hasn’t been released yet. The game’s website now states that it will be “soon”.
And we are not sure when crucible will be generally available again after returning to the closed beta. This game, which combines parts of mobile online combat arenas (MOBA) and hero shooters, was originally launched in late May. However, at the beginning of June, Amazon activated two of the game’s three modes and only kept the MOBA-inspired mode. The released game was then returned to closed beta on July 1 to make further improvements.
In June 2019, Amazon released “Dozen” developers from Amazon Games as part of a restructuring. And in 2018, the fantasy sports game was canceled Break away, another tentpole title that Amazon first announced in 2016 but brought back on the drawing board in October 2017 before it was finally deleted.