Fans of the Homeworld franchise won’t be seeing its new entry arrive this year after all. The long-awaited sequel to Homeworld 2, a sci-fi real-time strategy video game released way back in 2003, was supposed to come out in 2022 before its release was pushed back to the first half of this year. Now, its developer Blackbird Interactive and Gearbox Publishing have revealed that they’re moving Homeworld 3’s launch date to February 2024. In their announcement, they said that they want to deliver a game that “lives up to the standards set by its predecessors.
They continued that in order to fully realize their vision, they need
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