King Arthur: Knight's Tale delayed to April 26

NeocoreGames has announced that King Arthur: Knight's Tale will now exit Early Access on April 26 for Steam. This is the second such delay for the 1.0 release, previously having dates of February 15 and March 29.

Improving localization & voice acting, as well as general polishing, are cited as reasons for the delay.

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 can be found below.

NeocoreGames today announced that the full release date of its upcoming turn-based tactical RPG title, King Arthur: Knight's Tale has been moved from March 29 to April 26, 2022 on Steam.

King Arthur: Knight's Tale is now content complete, but NeocoreGames will be utilising the additional four weeks to improve voice acting and localisation, in addition to finalising testing, ensuring players experience the best and smoothest launch experience possible.

The game is a unique hybrid between turn-based tactical games and traditional, character-centric RPGs. Knight's Tale is a modern retelling of a classic Arthurian mythology story filtered through the dark fantasy tropes, a twist on the traditional tales of chivalry.

Currently available in Steam Early Access, 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 Beyond The Tale dev diary below.

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