If you are looking to play 303 Squadron: Battle of Britain anytime soon do know that the game has been pushed back to May 24th. 303 Squadron: Battle of Britain, set to debut on May 8th, will launch near the end part of May for PC via Steam Early Access.
Although not that long of a wait, publisher Movie Games S.A. and developer Atomic Jelly have decided to push 303 Squadron: Battle of Britain back by a couple of weeks to better improve the WW2 game about the iconic Battle over Britain.
Thanks to Atomic Jelly, you can read over the explanation behind 303 Squadron: Battle of Britain’s delay right here:
Before the Battle starts for real we want to be 100% sure that all off our troops are best prepared for this difficult mission. We have conducted numerous tests and, like real commanders, we don’t want our Squadron to fight unequipped.
Therefore, after a long discussion about our current status, we have concluded that it will be best to delay the launch one last time in order to make the game even better. We know that you have been limbering up the engines for a while, but please, let us polish each element and tighten each bolt. We are moving the release day of the Early Access to May 24th.
Even though this is going to be the Early Access version, we would like you to take off in the best possible style. Hopefully you will understand us and use the last deposits of your patience on the way to the first battle!
Thank you for your patience and understanding.”
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