One of the most eagerly anticipated games of the year was unexpectedly taken off of Steam. The Day Before release date has been postponed again for 9 months, according to developer Fntastic, who claims that a different owner has bought its trademark.
The Day Before game was once among the most wish-listed titles on Steam because of its enormous ambition and fantastic-looking gameplay video. According to a statement from Fntastic, authorization from a private party regarding The Day Before’s trademark caused Steam the removal of The Day Before from the Steam page. Many questions have been raised in the community, including one about when gamers will be able to pre-order The Day Before game.
The Day Before Game: Expected release date, gameplay reveal, and Pre-order details
Because the game was abruptly removed from Steam, the developers are unsure when it will be released. Fntastic is now attempting to fix the problem, however, they will be too busy to do the promised gameplay reveal. The release date for The Day Before, which was earlier scheduled for March 1st, has been postponed until November 10th.
While gamers were allowed to add the game to their wish lists, the pre-order for the game has not yet been made available. You shouldn’t anticipate being able to pre-order The Day Before anytime soon because it is currently not even available on Steam. We’ll have to wait for the developers to make any further public statements on the trademark issue.
The company stated that it had actually planned to release a gameplay video for The Day Before in Jan, but it will now hold off until it can deal with this issue. The game will take players to icy or snowy places where they will be able to engage in a number of activities.
The recently revealed brief gameplay video of The Day Before showcases various game locations, including the interiors of cramped basements and urban sprawls as well as outlying areas. In the gameplay trailer, RTX is briefly shown, however, the majority of the video focuses on the surroundings of the game’s universe.
That is all that has been made public so far, and fans can only hope that the trademark issue is quickly resolved to hear anything more from the devs.