In a recent post on Uber Entertainment's website, the developers have stated that the release of their upcoming game Planetary Annihilation is being postponed and how has an official release date of "When It's done." They want to cram in more awesomeness.
The Kickstarter funded game, which was inspired by the classic real time strategy game Total Annihilation, had an estimated release date of July of this year, but the team wants to make sure the game is the best it can possibly be for its fans.
That means Planetary Annihilation will launch when we feel confident about its level of polish and the amount of awesome we can jam into it. We don't have a hard date moving forward. However, we do expect it to be feature-complete in early 2014.
"We are extremely happy at what we've been able to accomplish with the game so far, but we want to take some additional time to make sure we are releasing the best game we can," said Jon Mavor CTO of Uber Entertainment.
The game is currently available to play in a beta version for Windows PC, Mac and Linux and has been released on Uber's online store, Steam Early Access and the Humble Bundle Store.
Here's the beta reveal trailer in case you missed it.
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