Wolfenstein reboot delayed into next year, more polish needed

Wolfenstein: The New Order

By on August 2, 2013 at 11:25 am

News today came out of Quakecon that Wolfenstein: The New Order has been delayed into 2014.

“We have confirmed today at QuakeCon that Wolfenstein will ship next year, all platforms,” said Bethesda’s Pete Hines on Twitter. “Felt it deserved some additional time for polish.”

We went hands-on with Wolfenstein at this year’s E3, and generally had a pretty good time.

3 comments (Leave your own)

I’m sure there is a Polish vs polish joke we could make here.

 

Awesome! Additional time for polish shows great signs that they actually give a shit about the game. Really looking forward to this :)

 

Wait wait wait….Bethesda Softworks is delaying a game to give it more polish? You mean they have finally learnt that it’s a bad thing to release buggy games?

 
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