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Microids pushes back Syberia: The World Before to 2022


With less than a week to go before the game’s release, initially slated for December 10, Microids is postponing the launch of Syberia: The World Before, the final episode in Kate Walker’s adventures, to Q1 2022.

This surprise report is explained by the studio in a press release. This decision is motivated by the will of provide an optimal, immersive gaming experience that is faithful to what its late creator, Benoit Sokal, would have wanted for the adventures of his heroine.

The team will therefore have a few more months, until the first quarter of 2022, to refine the game and make it live up to their ambitions.

It is important to us to improve this gaming experience of which we are already very proud. We want to be able to offer an immersive adventure, faithful to the world of Benoit Sokal, which will transport you. It therefore seems necessary to us today, to allow ourselves a little more time in order to finalize the development calmly. We are already very confident and now impatient to share with you the new adventures of Kate Walker. We have no doubts that gamers will enthusiastically welcome the next installment in the long-awaited series.

What Microids doesn’t talk about is the console release date, which was initially out of step with that on PC. But it’s a safe bet that the latter will be she also repulsed.

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To wait before the arrival of Syberia: The World Before you can always download the free prologue available on Steam.

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