The Thaumaturge delays its PC release date to February 20, 2024
Developer Fool's Theory and publisher 11 bit studios have announced that their upcoming turn-based dark fantasy RPG, The Thaumaturge, is pushing the release date of its PC release back to February 20, 2024. It was initially slated to launch on December 5. The title has been delayed to give the developers additional time in polishing it.
The Thaumaturge will also be releasing on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S, but those versions are still coming at a later date after its PC release.
To learn more about The Thaumaturge, check out the following:
- The Thaumaturge introduces its Salutors on October 2023
- A story trailer from August 2023
- A gameplay trailer from March 2023
- The announcement trailer from February 2023
Mastering the mystic arts is an ambitious undertaking, and equally so is game development when you refuse to compromise on quality. With this in mind, 11 bit studios and Fool’s Theory have mutually decided to give The Thaumaturge some additional time in development to achieve the standards that players have come to expect from them.
Recently announced for a December 5th release, The Thaumaturge will now launch on February 20th, 2024 on PC. As the finishing touches were put on the game over recent weeks, the team saw the opportunity to add more polish and quality, and given they have the comfort to allow themselves some extra time the decision was made to delay.
In this narrative-focused RPG, players take on the role of Wiktor Szulski, a thaumaturge on a quest to make peace with his past. Unfolding in 1905 Warsaw, the story revolves around the complex theme of inner demons and how in this world that can mean more than just a mental burden. In The Thaumaturge, demons are known as Salutors who feed on one's darkest secrets and only the titular thaumaturge has the ability to relieve someone of this burden.
The Thaumaturge will be released on PC on February 20, 2024, followed by PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S versions at a later date.