RoboCop: Rogue City Delayed, New Gameplay Trailer Out Now

The Release of RoboCop: Rogue City Delayed, New Gameplay Trailer Released

The highly anticipated game, RoboCop: Rogue City, will not be hitting the shelves until later than expected. The release date, which was initially scheduled for September, has been delayed. However, Teyon, the game’s developer, has softened the blow by releasing a new gameplay trailer alongside the announcement of the new release date.

The eagerly awaited game is set to be released on November 2, 2023, for the PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC, according to a press release. Interestingly, this information has not been widely publicized across the game’s official channels. Platforms such as Twitter, the PlayStation Store, Steam, and traditional retailers still display the original September release date.

Even the new gameplay trailer fails to mention the updated release date and still features a description that indicates a September release. To clarify the confusion, Nacon, the publisher, has confirmed that the November 2 release date is indeed accurate.

Although the release date news might be disappointing, the newly released gameplay trailer offers a glimpse into the game’s storyline and features additional gameplay footage. The trailer contains snippets of the captivating narrative and showcases exciting gameplay moments.

If you’re craving for more, IGN has posted a longer 16-minute gameplay sequence where the titular cop, RoboCop, takes on various criminals. This extended look provides a more comprehensive understanding of the game’s mechanics and gameplay experience.