After an incredibly disappointing PC launch in November 2018, the delayed versions of the console Overkill& # 39; & # 39; The Walking Dead & # 39; seems to have been canceled by the editors Starbreeze Studios and 505 Games. It's probably very hard for the PS4 and Xbox One players who have faithfully waited for Overkill Software to send them the game, but it seems that the patience of these console players has been in vain.
Meanwhile, many are probably taken aback to see a game they thought had already been published, to be canceled afterwards, and their confusion is quite justified if they stop paying attention afterwards. OVERKILL's The Walking Dead was legitimately stirred like a bazaar and a clumsy mess when it was launched. The initial launch of PC 2018, released by Starbreeze Studios, was not only a critical failure, but also a financial failure. Information pointing to the poor quality of the game actually masked the fact that it had been delayed on the consoles until 2019 by 505 Games, which was responsible for publishing the editions for the game console .
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So it's a little surprising that PS4 users who pre-ordered the game in digital format have recently been informed by the PlayStation Store that the game would have been canceled. First shared online in a screenshot of the user Reddit PirateBlankFoul on the Overkill& # 39; & # 39; The Walking Dead & # 39; subreddit, the brief opinion thank the players for their pre-orders before declaring without ceremony:
"The publisher has informed us that the game has been canceled, so we have removed the current preorder from the PlayStation Store and cancel all pre-orders and will receive a refund within 5 to 7 days from your payment source. . working days. "
It goes almost without saying that it is almost definitively do not how players who have pre-purchased a full-price game want to know more about its apparent cancellation. While notice of OVERKILL's The Walking DeadThis cancellation has not been canceled by Xbox One buyers yet. Common sense is that 505 Games do not choose silently to make the game exclusive to one console or another (and certainly not the least effective of the two) so late after the initial delay. Until now, neither the publisher nor the developer, Overkill Software, have made any statement about it, but players can look forward to updates on these developments when the PlayStation Store's request is inevitably confirmed or denied.
Overkill& # 39; & # 39; The Walking Dead & # 39; was a general disaster for all parties involved, and now players who have not yet got their hands on the product have felt the contaminating touch of the game before they even have a say. Originally unveiled with a series of captivating and visually stunning cinematic trailers that have finally proven to offer nothing in the final version (similar to the slightly less disappointing generation Dead Island) Overkill& # 39; & # 39; The Walking Dead & # 39; Players should not take any preliminary marketing material that does not show gameplay at face value. Waiting for the PS4 and Xbox One players who were willing to walk the basics of the putrid reception of the game on the PC and who chose to pre-order probably had their reasons, but to think that some of those with pre-order Active drives still did not expect the rocky and character-driven experience promised by the launch trailers would be wishful thinking, indeed. With the very likely cancellation of the game, even those who did their research and were ready to accept the game for its faults and all will now also be disappointed.
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Source: PirateBlankFoul / Reddit
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