Tabula Rasa gets delayed

But only a little bit.

Producer Starr Long has revealed that Tabula Rasa has been delayed and will now launch across Europe and North America on 2nd November.

Pre-order early access has also been pushed back to 30th October - the same month we had originally expected the massively-multiplayer online action role-playing game.

The extra time will apparently be used to fiddle around with stability and balance issues, as well as put high-level area Ligo through its paces and iron out some crafting niggles.

This is very important to Starr, who was adamant to share the development mantra of, "Stable, fast, fun. In that order."

In the coming weeks, creator Richard Garriott will be writing features detailing what endgame content we can expect in Tabula Rasa, and how Destination Games will go about adding updates over time.

Presumably he will do this when he returns from his voyage to Space, then. Keep an eye on the official website for the updates.

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