/Peaceful: Broken porcelain for October release delayed

Peaceful: Broken porcelain for October release delayed

If you enjoy horror games especially survival horror games that feel old school, you can become Stormind Games Remothard: Termed Fathers. The game had quite a large following and it allowed the studio to move forward with a new installment. We know that the game was remoted: Broken Porcelain and it looks like it started in August, which gives fans a horror game to enjoy during the summer. It won’t happen anymore.

Peaceful: Broken Porcelain is a new game where players take on the role of a rebellious student named Jane Saffers from All Girls Boarding School. After sending Asman In to become a housemaid, Jane sees that there are some horrors away from the shelter that have tried to escape her life as well as the truth behind the building. Just like the first installment, it is a survival horror game with players hiding around and avoiding hostile enemies.

As mentioned, the game was supposed to be released this August, but it looks like the studio needs some more time to polish the game. As a result, the game is being pushed back for release on October 20, 2020. It is not very surprising that many studios have closed their doors due to the health outbreak of this coronavirus and have been able to work remotely. We see that several games may be delayed to give the studio some more time to prepare for the official release.

At the very least, the delay is not too far from its original purpose launch date. Fans who want to pick up Remothard: Broken Porcelain PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch platforms can do so on October 20, 2020.

Source: Push Square