Due to launch yesterday for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR was Pentadimensional Games’ superhero themed experience Megaton Rainfall. That arrival never happened with the studio announcing a delay of three weeks yesterday.
On Twitter, the developer stated that the title would now be released on 17th October, saying on its blog that: “We underestimated how long would it take to us to go through the all the bureaucracy in this (crowded) time of the year.” The team did follow up that first tweet saying: “We genuinely apologise to those of you that have been waiting for this game for years.”
As you have already figured out, we are delaying the game 3 additional weeks, till October 17th.
— Megaton Rainfall (@MegatonRainfall) September 26, 2017
Announced back in 2015, Megaton Rainfall is a first-person superhero videogame in which players must fend off a global alien invasion, all by themselves. They’ll be able to unleash lethal energy blasts at foes whilst flying around the world, but care needs to be taken to avoid inflicting too much collateral damage, destroy too many buildings and it’s game over.
Megaton Rainfall will support both virtual reality (VR) and non-VR modes, and it’ll retail for £12.99 GBP/ $15.99 USD / €15.99 EUR. Additionally, EU PSPlus subscribers will get an additional 20 percent discount if they pre-order.
VRFocus will continue its coverage of Megaton Rainfall, reporting back with any further updates.