The game is delayed due to the impact of Corona Virus
Brno, Czech Republic.April 2, 2020. CBE Software is moving the release of Someday You’ll Return due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Originally scheduled to release for PC on April 14, due to the impact of the Corona virus and the rules of social distancing, the game has been delayed and will now launch for PC on May 05, 2020.
“Having to make the decision to delay the launch of Someday You’ll Return has been very difficult for us at CBE Software. The beta testing of the game has gone great, the game is almost ready to be released and we were really looking forward to launch this month. However, there are some elements, including live studio recording sessions, that were just not possible with the current crisis which have set us back. The most important thing is that everyone stays safe and does everything they can to minimize exposure to Covid-19. While we’re disappointed to have to wait to bring you our game, the health and safety of everyone involved is paramount.” says CBE Software co-founder Jan Kavan.
“Originally we thought we would have to postpone the release until the situation gets better globally, possibly for months, but that is not the case. We worked really hard to secure modern organizational tools and technology to help us complete our recording sessions remotely. Luckily for us we’ve been able to set up and implement these tools which has made the delay much shorter than originally feared. With these tools and the cooperation from our esteemed musicians. we are happy to be able to launch the game with only a minor delay.”
About Someday You’ll Return
Someday You’ll Return takes place in scenic areas of the Czech Republic, with well known landmarks to capture the atmosphere of its Bohemian nature. Using a typical Czech forest setting, which is different from Scandinavian or American forests, creates a unique mood for players. The referenced locations and mythos in the game are ancient with some of the tales in Someday You’ll Return dating back to the 9th century.
In Game Mechanics:
- Smartphone interactions
- Karmic system (your actions have consequences which can influence the story’s ending)