Deathloop has gone gold, which means it is fully completed and ready for physical production.
“Get ready to break the time loop on September 14th,” Arkan wrote on Thursday.
The first-person shooter, announced at E3 2019, was originally supposed to be released during the 2020 holiday season for PC and PS5 as a time-limited exclusive console.
It was then postponed until May 2021 and then postponed to September of this year.
Deathloop takes place on a lawless island called Blackreef. Its central mechanic is the ability to reproduce sequences in order to approach situations in different ways.
Players take on the role of Colt’s assassin, who is stuck in a time loop that sees him wake up on the same beach every day to find himself being hunted for the entire island.
To break the loop, he must use weapons and supernatural abilities to destroy eight targets before the clock strikes midnight.
However, there is another killer competitor in the time loop named Juliana. Her job is to protect the noose by removing the Colt.
An additional multiplayer element allows you to take the place of Juliana and invade other players’ games.
A post at the end of the Deathloop gameplay walkthrough released last month confirmed that the game will not be available on other consoles until at least September 14, 2022, when it is expected to be released for Xbox platforms, including Game Pass.