Amazon has deferred New World only a brief time before its recently reported August 31st delivery date. It will presently show up about a month after the fact, on September 28th, with the goal that Amazon Game Studios can spend an additional couple of weeks polishing, fixing bugs and improving stability. The organization says it chose to defer New World again following player input it gathered during the MMO’s new closed beta.
“This was not an easy decision to make. We know this isn’t the first time we’ve changed our launch date in pursuit of quality, and that it can be disappointing to wait a bit longer.” Amazon Game Studios said on Twitter. “But we want to be sure we deliver you the highest quality game possible at launch.”
For those of you actually following along, this is New World’s fourth deferral. At the point when Amazon originally reported the game, it said it would turn out in May 2020. Its delivery date at first slipped to August 25th, 2020, preceding Amazon declared a month after the fact it was pushing the game back to spring 2021. Toward the beginning of the year, it then, at that point postponed the game to its most as of late arranged August 31st release date.
To say there’s a ton of pressure on Amazon Game Studios to convey a hit for its parent organization would be putting it mildly. Amazon reported the game’s first significant postponement in the wake of making the surprising stride of moving back the accessibility of Crucible, its first AAA title. It later finished the improvement of that game. Prior to taking over as CEO of Amazon, Andy Jassy advised representatives he was focused on the studio. “Though we haven’t consistently succeeded yet in Amazon Game Studios, I believe we will if we hang in there,” he said in an email. Presently it’s in the New World group to demonstrate that confidence was very much acquired.