Gnosia Steam Release Gets Delayed to Early 2022

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PLAYISM has unfortunately said that on Steam the science-fiction deduction RPG, Gnosia, was delayed. It will now arrive on the platform at an as-yet-undisclosed date early this year.

The developers (Petit Depotto) also apologized for the delay and stated that the release date will be revealed in an upcoming announcement. The game has already launched on the PlayStation Vita and Nintendo Switch consoles. However, they say the Steam version needed more time to have the same quality level as those versions.

The “Gnosia” is an unknown threat, and the crew of a ship stranded in space must deal with this threat. They decided that it was necessary to send any suspicious crew members to be put into “cold sleep” to protect the rest. The question is, which crew members are deadly Gnosia. Players will have to figure out who they are are by collecting information and following it to them. Your abilities may improve, but it will get harder to discern who the suspicious crewmen are. This will happen as you face increasingly larger numbers of both crew and Gnosia on the ship.

Gnosia is a social deduction RPG on Steam that is priced at $24.99. It supports English, Japanese, and Simplified Chinese.


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