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Goodbye Volcano High delayed to 2022 over narrative reboot

Patience, dinosaurs.

Goodbye Volcano High has been delayed to 2022, with developer Sweet Baby citing a narrative reboot as the reason for its new release window.

“In addition to [the pandemic], 2020 saw us rebooting the narrative of our game. Those two factors have delayed our release timeline. So we are making what we’re sure is by now an expected announcement: Goodbye Volcano High will be a 2022 title, not a 2021 one,” the developer said in a statement.

“It’s been a really hard year for many reasons, and the mental and physical health of the team has to come first. We don’t want to crunch, and we don’t want to put ourselves in stressful situations to finish the game by 2021 when we can take a little more time,” Sweet Baby continued.

“We love the community that we’ve fostered through developing Goodbye Volcano High, and we hope it isn’t too much of a bummer to have to wait a little longer for the dino drama.”

Goodbye Volcano High is planned for a 2022 release on Windows PC, PS4 and PS5.



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