During the announcement of the financial results for the first quarter of 2021 and the targets for 2021/22, NACON announced the new release schedule for four games.
This four games are; Vampires: Blood Bowl 3, The Masquerade – Swansong, Train Life: A Railway Simulator and Hotel Life : A Resort Simulator.
Release for Blood Bowl 3
Originally scheduled for February 2022, Blood Bowl 3 will now be released later in 2022. The game has already received many updates and Cyanide Studio is continuing development to ensure a high quality adaptation of the popular Games Workshop board game. Fans can try Blood Bowl 3 even before it is released as part of scheduled closed beta phases.
Release for Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong
Produced by Big Bad Wolf, the studio that made a name for itself with The Council, the narrative RPG Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong combines a dynamic narrative with innovative RPG mechanics and delves deep into the history of the famous World of Darkness -Universe in which the title is located. In order to deliver a game that meets the expectations of the series’ worldwide fan base, NACON has decided to postpone the release to May 19, 2022.
Release for The Train Life: A Railway Simulator
The Train Life: A Railway Simulator schedule has also been extended to June 2022, when the final version will be released. Train Life is a game that combines train travel with managing a railway company. It has been positively received by fans since the Early Access launch last August. The developer Simteract listens to the community and wants to take the time to meet the expectations of the players, implement their feedback and improve the existing base game with regular new content and functions.
Release for Hotel Life: A Resort Simulator
The hotel simulation game Hotel Life: A Resort Simulator is planned for the end of Q2 2022. In Hotel Life, which offers a new approach to the well-known genre, it is important to switch between entertainment activities, facility maintenance and resort management in order to offer guests the best possible vacation. The new schedule will allow the studio to raise the bar for quality that will appeal to fans of detailed simulators.
Benoît Clerc, Head of Publishing at NACON to this schedules: “NACON’s goal has always been to meet the expectations of discerning fans,”. “The pandemic has had an impact on production times, and these new dates allow our development teams to deliver polished games to their fans without compromising our quality goals.”