Quest’s upcoming first-person shooter Warhammer 40,000: Battle Sister is not launching this month after all and is now aiming for a December launch.

The title was originally expected to launch on November 12th but according to Pixel Toys’ Creative Lead/Project Director James Horn, the initial date had been shared accidentally and the team is now working on a December release.

In Warhammer 40,000: Battle Sister, the player is cast a member of a titular group and fights their way through a full single-player campaign against the 40K creations. The game has an impressive scope although first level had some technical hitches. Hopefully, the long wait for the release will iron out some of the flaws in the game before the release.

In spite of the postponement, December is less than a month away so it won’t be a long wait and the Battle Sister should be here well ahead of the other Warhammer Virtual Reality game which is also on the horizon- the Tempestfall which was announced just recently.

According to Horn, the developer is also considering other VR platforms. For example, the studio is aiming for the Rift platform next and is also looking at other VR hardware beyond this. Rift will arrive next year and beyond this, the developer will consider other options as it has realized that a lot of people wanted to play the game on the other VR platforms.

The developer hasn’t specified when and where the game will be launched but SteamVR and PSVR platforms should, hopefully, be on the table.

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