JETT: The Far Shore Developers Announce Delay to 2021

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oprainfall | JETT: The Far Shore

 

Pine Scented Software Ltd. and Superbrothers A/V Inc. have unfortunately announced that their cinematic sci-fi action adventure, JETT: The Far Shore, has had to push back its launch to sometime next year. You can see their statement below. The game was revealed earlier this summer, with this trailer:

 

JETT: The Far Shore puts you on a trip to carve out a new future for your people on a mythic ocean planet. You’ll need to adapt to a deep, systemic open world to survive adversity. The single player story is divided into five acts filled with exploration, tense action, dread, and heartfelt companionship.

Straight from the press release, here is the developer’s statement about the game’s delay until sometime next year:


“Revealing JETT: THE FAR SHORE in June 2020 was an absolute thrill, and it has been a delight to uncloak after so long in stealth.

The JETT squad has been moved and motivated by the love, curiosity and support directed our way. We’re glad to report we’ve come a long way in a brief while, and that JETT is shaping up to be something pretty special.

However, as of now it seems we’re in need of more time in order for JETT to soar, and for the squad to complete this interstellar trip in good condition. JETT: THE FAR SHORE is now fixin’ to deploy in 2021 on PlayStation consoles and PC on the Epic Games Store. Hectic times, so we’ve revised our trajectory. It’ll be stellar, when it alights.

While we’ll be on the quiet side for a while longer, look to @jettxyz where we’re regularly surfacing JETT gifs.

Meanwhile at JETT.fyi you can subscribe to the JETT email bulletin, where we’ll eventually shed some light on JETT and its all-star squad, and where we’ll exclusively debut occasional a/v tidbits (such as today’s tidbit “Soak In Brine”).

JETT : The Far Shore is now aiming to release on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and the Epic Games Store in 2021.”

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