Aaryn Flynn’s Inflexion Games studio has pushed the launch of Nightingale into 2023.

Nightingale, the fantasy survival game from former BioWare developers, is delayed

Nightingale(opens in new tab) is a faux-Victorian crafting and survival game being developed by Inflexion Games, a studio founded in 2018 (as Improbable Canada) by a group of former BioWare employees, including former Bioware GM Aaryn Flynn. The basic mechanics seem fairly straightforward—chop tree, crush boulder, pick berry, get gored—but the promise of travel between strange, dangerous realms gives it a sort of “Steampunk Stargate” aesthetic that could be genuinely interesting. Unfortunately, we’re going to have to wait longer than expected to find out if Nightingale can live up to that potential. It was expected to arrive in early access later this year, but Nightingale announced today that it has decided to delay the launch until sometime in the first half of 2023.

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