There are a lot of trends in gaming that developers tend to pick up on. Online deathmatches shoehorned into every kind of game, waves of DLC and season passes, and the most popular new trend: delayed launches. Today on Twitter, Insomniac Games announced that their forthcoming new cooperative action game, Fuse, would be delayed just a wee bit:
The news is true, Fuse is now coming in Q2 (Apr-Jun). It's not a big delay from March, and its more polish time for us to make a better game
— Insomniac Games (@insomniacgames) January 30, 2013
I think that’s not too bad. Developers taking more time to get a game right is usually a net positive for gamers. Even still, it’s kind of a bummer to think that we won’t get to play Fuse until April at the earliest. And it might not even show up until late June! That’d be a fusetastrophe.
Anyway, if you’re looking for more information, we’ve got a preview here, and a roundtable discussion with Insomniac right here, so make sure you click and read and read and click and oh goodness it’d be nice if Fuse were coming out soon.
Oh, well. Guess we’ll have to just play Bioshock Infinite instead. DARN.