Publisher MyTona and developer Fntastic have delayed the open-world survival massively multiplayer online game The Day Before from its previously planned March 1 release date to November 10. Reporting that a trademark dispute is the reason. It is confirmed, we have another The Day Before Delay.
Just when we were excited to receive the RAW Gameplay footage promised to us by Fntastic. The Day Before is Removed from Steam. We're going to talk about what's happened.
After years of waiting it looks like we are finally getting some RAW Gameplay from team at Fntastic. On their latest Discord Post they have confirmed we will be getting RAW Gameplay footage this month, January.
The Developer Fntastic has been hyping up The Day Before community over the last few weeks with their promises of an Announcement Life at Fntastic and a Huge Premiere.
The Day Before, has hinted that they will be showcasing some more information about The Day Before at CES 2023. January 3rd.
One the main reasons for the delay, according to the developers Fntastic was that they were moving the game to Unreal Engine 5.
The Day Before is one of the most wishlisted games on Steam, capturing the hearts of all us Post Apocalypse survival fans. But should we be worried?
The Day Before has the entire MMO open world survival enthusiasts excited to learn more about the game. It was scheduled to launch earlier this year but got delayed as they said they were moving over to UE5.