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Below finally has a release date – and it’s next week
Below, the long-in-development dungeon crawler from Canadian indie studio Capybara, finally has a release date, and it’s very soon. The game will be released on Xbox One and PC (on Steam) in just over a week’s time, on Friday 14th December.
Below was first revealed during Microsoft’s E3 2013 press conference and has been delayed multiple times, at one point indefinitely. I personally last saw it at GDC in 2016, over two and a half years ago. The game looked good and Capy boss Nathan Vella seemed upbeat. But it was later that year that it was delayed with no new launch window, and everything went quiet.
Below resurfaced at GDC this year, promising a 2018 release. Wes spoke with Vella around that time and he was, mostly, still upbeat.
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