Yesterday, PC first person non-shooter Gone Home was supposed to release on consoles after a year of supposed delays and cancelations. Fortunately for the US, the game launched without any hassle, but the European and Australian versions on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 were delayed on the day of their launch.
In a tweet, the game’s Twitter account stated that the delay is due to final certification and complications with ratings, most likely those of PEGI. Perhaps the game will come a week later, we don’t know for certain, but it’s disappointing news, as I’m personally excited to play it, not being the owner of a gaming pc. I’m a console gamer, accept it!
Sad announcement: due to last-minute complications with ratings/cert, GH Console is delayed in EU/AUS regions. //t.co/ctq8ducmVe
— Gone Home (@GoneHomeGame) January 12, 2016
If you don’t know what it’s about, take a look at this trailer below, which was released to officially announce the game’s comeback after a supposed perma-death on consoles.