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The Day Before, Steam users’ most-anticipated game, shifted back to 2023

The Day Before, Steam users’ most-anticipated game, shifted back to 2023

eveThe open world survival MMO, which appears to be the crossroads of The Division and Day Z, has been delayed to 2023 due to the transition to Unreal Engine 5.

Originally scheduled for release on June 21st, developer Fntastic has announced the transition to Unreal Engine 5 and IGN through a statement.

“Millions of people have added Day Before to their wishlists, making Day Before one of the most anticipated games in the world.

“We feel and understand the great responsibility we face, express our immense gratitude, and are excited to announce that Day Before is transitioning to the new Unreal Engine 5 technology! The transition to a more advanced and adapted open world engine. The gameplay in Day Before is even more fantastic.

In this regard, we would like to inform you that the release date of the new game is March 1, 2023.”

After the game was announced in January 2021, The Day Before It has become the most wishlisted game on Steam. It was followed by Hollow Knight: Silksong, Party Animals, Starfield, and Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2. This chart has been postponed “indefinitely” but is still on the chart.

The open world MMO survival game takes place in the United States after the pandemic. Here, flesh-hungry infected people roam the site, and survivors are killing each other for food, weapons and cars. In the game, you wake up alone in a “world that you no longer remember” and begin to search for answers and gather the resources you need to survive.

Use realistic weapons against infected and other players to survive. There are thermometers, thirst gauges, and more to help you track mortality as you drive and explore the world.

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