Rhythm-Action Game No Straight Roads Delayed Till Late Summer 2020

The highly anticipated rhythm-based action adventure indie game No Straight Roads has been delayed from its initial 30 June release date to sometime “later in the summer”.

News of the game’s delay came from none other than the game’s director Wan Hazmer in a Facebook Video. According to Hazmer, the game was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hazmer also noted that some retailers might put a 31 August release date on the game but it is simply a placeholder till a more concrete release date can be officially confirmed.

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An Update From Game Director Wan Hazmer

An update on No Straight Roads from game director Wan Hazmer.

Posted by No Straight Roads on Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Like you, we were very excited for the June 30 release of No Straight Roads, especially now that we were able to tell everyone that we are releasing the game on major platforms. However, based on recent information, due to the complications that arose from the global pandemic that we’re facing today, we’ve had to make the heartbreaking decision to delay the release of the game until later in the summer.

We know that is going to disappoint a lot of you who can’t wait to play the game next month. However, we are trying our best to make the delay short. And we are trying our best to get the game in your hands as soon as possible. Now you will see the release date listed at retailer sites as August 31, but that is just a placeholder date. Once we have some information on the release date, then we will let you know immediately.

Wan Hazmer, game director of No Straight Roads.

No Straight Roads was initially supposed to release on 30 June on the PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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