Robocop: Rogue City release date delayed
The Robocop: Rogue City release date is delayed, as developer Naughty Dog announces a new window for the long-awaited videogame adaptation of the iconic film. Announced way back in 2014, and set to arrive in September this year, the game was delayed to next year, as new gameplay footage and cinematic trailers were revealed. Now, a new release date has been set, as the gameplay trailer above showcases Naughty Dog’s take on Old Detroit, and some of the gory shootouts and detective work involved in Robocop: Rogue City.
Robocop: Rogue City was originally scheduled for a June release, but that was pushed back to September. Now, the game has a new release date, as publisher Nacon says it will arrive on November 2, 2023. It’s currently unclear why the release date was pushed back, but we’ve asked Nacon for comment.
The Steam page still lists September as the release month, and it’s unclear if that will change. Previously, Nacon pushed back the release date to “ensure the highest quality experience for players.” This is the second delay for the game, after it was originally supposed to arrive in June.
We got our first look at the game in June, and initial impressions were mixed. Some were worried about the slow movement and plodding gameplay, while the enemy AI and voice acting also raised doubts among fans.