“These additional seven months of development are needed to fulfill our vision and achieve the desired state of the game,” says a post on Twitter. “This decision is not an easy one, but we are doing the best possible to deliver you a game that can lie up to the expectations.”
“With more information, updates and showcases coming, we have an exciting and important year ahead. Thank you for your patience and understanding.”
Stalker 2: Heart of Chernobyl was announced this past June and will launch on Xbox consoles as a timed exclusive, and on Game Pass on Day One.