Routine, first-person sci-fi survival horror game, has been delayed

Lunar Software’s first-person sci-fi survival horror game, Routine, was meant to hit the PC this month. However, the team has just announced that the game has been slightly delayed.

According to the team, Routine has two ways to progress through the game, each with their own unique endings. And while its first path is fine, its second path needed a little bit more polish.

As such, Lunar Software decided to delay the game for one or two months.

Lunar Software will reveal the game’s new release date soon, so we’ll be sure to keep you posted!

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