King Arthur: Knight's Tale delayed to March 29

NeocoreGames has announced that King Arthur: Knight's Tale will now exit Early Access on March 29 on Steam, a few weeks delayed from the previously announced February 15 date.

The developer only cites that a few extra weeks of development time will allow for extra polish in order  'to deliver the strongest possible version of King Arthur: Knight's Tale for its fans'.

Knight's Tale is a tactical RPG offering a dark fantasy take on classic Arthurian legend, having been originally released in Early Access in January 2021. PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S versions are planned, but there are no details yet for their release.

The announcement from NeocoreGames, as well as a recent 'Beyond The Tale' trailer, can be found below.

NeocoreGames is announcing that the full release date of its upcoming game, King Arthur: Knight's Tale has been moved from February 15 to March 29, 2022 on Steam.

While the delay is a small one, NeocoreGames is confident that the extra weeks of development and polish will help to deliver the strongest possible version of King Arthur: Knight's Tale for its fans.

The turn-based tactical game is currently available in Steam Early Access, where players can experience the entirety of the campaign's first Act. The rest of the campaign and the endgame mode will be added in the final release. There is still plenty more information to share with players in the run-up to launch, but to learn more about what happens after the campaign credits roll, please watch the dev diary below.

King Arthur: Knight's Tale is also coming to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S at a later date.