May 29, 2024
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The release of ‘The Time I Have Left’ has been delayed


GROUND Game Atelier has announced that it will delay the release of The Time I Have Left, their time-driven exploration game with RPG elements, from its previously planned 2023 release window to 2024. Additionally, they have released a new trailer at Gamescom 2023 to accompany this announcement. The game will be available for PC through Steam.

“Over the last year and a half, our small two-person team has grown to more than ten people regularly working on The Time I Have Left,” said Juan Estevez, creative lead at GROUND Game Atelier, in a press release. “We are excited to reveal our new gameplay trailer and make the game playable on the show floor at Gamescom. We hope to reveal more soon and release The Time I Have Left for PC in 2024.”

Here’s a summary of the game provided by GROUND Game Atelier:

In six hours, you’ll be dead. The Time I Have Left is a time-driven exploration game with RPG elements and a major focus on storytelling. She plays as Aline, a woman affected by a mysterious condition that marks her for certain death. Players will guide Aline in a race against time to escape a massive underground complex, Colony 7. What will you do with the time you have left?

With this decision to delay, GROUND Game Atelier seeks to ensure that The Time I Have Left reach its full potential and provide players with a well-polished, immersive experience. The new trailer and presentation at Gamescom 2023 will give fans an exciting look at what the game has to offer in terms of gameplay and narrative, while the release in 2024 will allow players to enjoy a complete and satisfying experience.

Fountain: Gematsu

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