“Get Even” will be launched later than planned. Because of the attack in Manchester, The Farm 51 and Bandai Namco Entertainment have decided to move the release by one month.
“Get Even” has been moved. A press release from Bandai Namco Entertainment shows that the developers have decided to bring the title to the market later than originally planned due to the latest attack in Manchester. The story of The Farm 51, which tells the story of the burnt – out mercenary Cole Black, has little to do with a plot, but there is a scene in the thriller where Black is faced with the task of freeing a young woman Her neck carries an activated bomb.
Out of respect for the victims of the attack in Manchester, which met the young audience of a concert in the night of May 23, 2017, Bandai Namco Entertainment announced that “Get Even” will be released one month later. The new release date for PC, PS4 and Xbox One was called June 23, 2017. Shortly before the release of the game the tests may be published to “Get Even”. The embargo was also adapted accordingly.
“Bandai Namco Entertainment and The Farm 51 have decided to postpone the release of Get Even on June 23, 2017, due to the events last night in Manchester. They are expressing their sincere condolences to all those concerned,” the press release said.