Nightingale Has Been Delayed to Add Unreal Engine 5 Support

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The upcoming Victorian-style fantasy game Nightingale has been delayed.

A statement from developer Inflexion Games posted to Twitter revealed that Nightingale has been delayed until “early 2023” in order to upgrade to Unreal Engine 5. Unfortunately, no specific release date has yet been set.

“We’ve made the difficult decision to delay Nightingale’s Early Access release to the first half of 2023,” Inflexion revealed. “We’ll have more news on specific timing at a later stage.”

The delay to Nightingale’s early access release has been made for two very good reasons.

“The first is an upgrade to Unreal Engine 5,” the studio revealed. “After reviewing the potential UE5 has to offer, we decided on upgrading now rather than waiting until after release.”

“Secondly, Inflexion Games is committed to delivering the best possible experience and fulfilling the promise of what Nightingale’s universe of realms has to offer players. To Achieve that, the additional time will allow the team to make key improvements, bolster content, and polish gameplay.”

Although a new release date has not been set, we can expect Nightingale to debut in early 2023.

“In the coming weeks you’ll see more game and development updates from the team,” they confirmed. “Until then, we thank you for your continued support and enthusiasm for what we’re making. It may take a little longer for the mystical Fae portals to open, but we appreciate you taking this journey with us.”

Nightingale is an upcoming shared-world survival crafting game with a fantasy setting that has a decidedly Victorian twist.

“You are stranded beyond our world, cut off by the sudden collapse of the arcane portal network,” says a brief synopsis. “This catastrophic event has left you – and countless others – fighting to survive in a labyrinth of mysterious and perilous realms. Prepare for a journey of adventure, danger, and discovery – as you search for a way back to the last haven of humanity, Nightingale.”

Want to find out more about Nightingale? Check out this extended look at Nightingale’s gameplay, as well as the creatures, world, and lore explained.

Ryan Leston is an entertainment journalist and film critic for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter.

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