Fallen Knight, a side-scrolling action game, was confirmed in August last year for Nintendo Switch. According to what was shared, the game was set to hit the hybrid console this year and was subsequently announced for June 23rd. Unfortunately, bad news comes as PQube and FairPlay Studios have announced a delay for Fallen Knight.
Here are the details that have been shared:
- Fallen Knight has been delayed until summer 2021.
- While no explicit reason was given for the delay, PQube assured fans on Twitter that they are working hard together with the developers to “bring the best version possible”.
Updated Release date— PQube Indies (@PQubeIndies) June 9, 2021
📆 Summer 2021
We are sorry for the delay 🙏
We are working really hard, together with @fairplay_games, to bring you the best version possible!
Demo will be 🔴LIVE @Steam Next Fest
📆 16th June
For more info
➡️ https://t.co/x6LAoqbgvy pic.twitter.com/LevGc7qAgL
Finally, we remind you of its premise and trailer:
Fallen Knight is the story of a futuristic knight that allows players to play as a descendant of the great Lancelot in the story of King Arthur. Players will take on the role of Lancelot the 49th in a futuristic setting, facing off against six unique enemy heroes with a dark past of their own. Enjoy a challenging Dark Souls-like experience coupled with fast-paced sword action gameplay that will punish players for every small mistake and reward handsomely with every victory.