In today’s day, Bandai Namco Entertainment has announced that the launch date of Get Even has been delayed until the next month of June 23, 2017. The title, developed by the guys at Farm 51, was due to arrive on PC, PS4 and Xbox One this month of May 25.
The decision was taken as a sign of respect and sympathy towards all those involved in the recent and dramatic attack that took place in the city of Manchester.
Get Even’s story sees the protagonist Cole Black awaken in an old abandoned asylum, with his private memory all lost, except for the memory of a failed rescue of a teen with a chest-tied bomb.
Recently a new trailer of the game was released, while the developers have stated that to discover the secrets hidden in Get Even it will be needed between 40 to 50 hours of gameplay.
Confirmed also is the PlayStation 4 Pro support (improvements only intended for the resolution, the framerate and graphics settings will be identical to the standard version of PS4), and the SLI and Crossfire configurations on PC.
Finally, Farm 51 has also expressed its interest in Nintendo Switch: the software house entrusts the possibilities of porting on the hybrid console of Nintendo in the hands of the publisher, Bandai Namco, and is also interested in bringing its upcoming games on the console.
Get Even is now expected on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on 23 June.