Torment: Tides of Numenera delayed to 2017, beta access available to all backers

InXile Entertainment has announced that the beta build for Torment: Tides of Numenera is available to all its backers, and that the game has been delayed. InXile has decided to delay the game in order to further polish it, and now targets an early 2017 release date.

As inXile stated:

“All said and done, our combined iteration and localization efforts are looking to be a 6-month process. So, we have two paths open to us, a bit of choice and consequence, if you will. Those of you who have been following our updates know we have been hinting towards a late 2016 release, and we could crunch and rush to get the game out around November. But doing so would mean both sacrificing the quality of our localization and would lead to a less polished game for the nearly 100,000 people total who have backed the game. Therefore, in the interests of giving everyone the best experience, we will be releasing Torment in early Q1 2017.”

Regarding beta access, inXile had this to say:

“We have had the beta available to backers at certain pledge levels since January, and now we think the time is right to open it up to everyone else who backed us during the Kickstarter. I know some of you would prefer to wait for the final game, but if you want to have a taste and help us make the game better, you will be able to play the game’s first act in Sagus Cliffs right away.”

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