Julian Gollop has announced his decision to delay the release of sci-fi strategy game, and X-COM spiritual successor, Phoenix Point. It's now expected to arrive in June 2019.
UPDATE 02/05/2017: Phoenix Point, the spiritual successor to the original X-COM, has now been successfully funded. It's taken just under seven days for the project to meet its initial target of $500,000, with a mix of crowdfunding from fans and investors.
"We would like to thank all our backers who have made this project possible," states the latest update. "Now we are going to make an awesome game for you."
As is usually the case with crowdfunding campaigns like this one, Snapshot Games has since revealed a couple of additional stretch goals. Should the project reach $650,000, the final game will include driveable vehicles and if it gets all the way to $850,000, players will be able to build floating bases on the geoscape. You can find more details on the project's FIG page.
Julian Gollop, the man that made X-COM, is finally returning to the genre he helped define.
Julian Gollop, the creator of the original XCOM, has announced a new game.