No Place for Bravery release date September 22, 2022 delay Q3 2022 Ysbryd Games Glitch Factory PC Steam Nintendo Switch

No Place for Bravery Delay Pushes Story-Driven Action RPG to Later in 2022

Developer Glitch Factory and publisher Ysbryd Games have delayed their story-driven action RPG, No Place for Bravery, to a Q3 2022 release window for PC via Steam and Nintendo Switch. The single-player 2D adventure was previously set to arrive in Q4 2021, with the team explaining in a statement posted to social media that the extra time will allow for more room to “fully realize” its vision.

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“We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to everyone who has expressed their love and support for this game thus far,” they stated. “If you’ve played the demo, watched the trailer, anticipated its release, wishlisted on Steam, or just thought, ‘oh, that looks cool’, thank you.” Glitch Factory and Ysbryd say you can stay tuned for more updates on each company’s social media accounts as development on No Place for Bravery continues toward the new Q3 2022 release window.

Long before this delay, we went hands-on with No Place for Bravery in 2020, and though there were a few small details that could be ironed out, we came away excited for its eventual release. We learned more about the project talking to Glitch Factory’s Matheus Queiroz and Ysbryd’s Túlio Mendes, who spoke about the emotional toll No Place for Bravery might take on players and did take on the development team. The premise is that aging warrior Thorn is on a mission to find his missing daughter, Leaf, and the story will tackle complicated relationships between children and their fathers.


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