Wired Productions and Rogue Sun have announced that tin hearts it has been delayed on most platforms. The game will now launch on May 16 for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC, but if you’re a Nintendo Switch player, you’re in luck, as tin hearts it’s still on track to launch on April 20 for the Nintendo machine.
This tin hearts The delay was revealed through the description of a new trailer for the game, as well as through gameplay. official Twitter account. In the announcement tweet, Rogue Sun says tin hearts it will now “release EXCLUSIVELY for Nintendo Switch on April 20.” There’s technically no mention of a delay, but ahead of this tweet and the new trailer for the game, tin heartsThe release date was the same on all platforms.
Thankfully, the game’s new trailer is characteristically adorable, which should help alleviate some of the disappointment over this delay. In the trailer, Rogue Sun’s Reece Cobb shows off some of tin hearts‘cosy-looking puzzle adventure game, resembling toy story crossed with lemmings. You can see the new trailer here.
Cobb describes tin hearts as a “whimsical, beautiful and colorful world” to explore. It will offer over 40 levels, so if you enjoy the main game, there will be plenty of opportunities to refine and hone your skills. All of this will be wrapped up in what Rogue Sun calls a “powerful story of love and commitment” as you gradually unravel the story of Albert Butterworth, a Victorian inventor.
tin hearts will launch for Nintendo Switch on April 20. PC, PlayStation and Xbox platforms will follow on May 16. Following this, a PC VR release, as well as Meta Quest 2 and PlayStation VR2, is also on the cards, though Rogue Sun and Wired are keeping mum on when that might happen. Stay tuned for more information on this.