hate the idea of gamers wasting their time on a game"
Good news for those who have been waiting for your time-twisting shooter fix, as Capybara has finally given us a rough indication on when we may finally soon be getting our hands on Super Time Force on Xbox One and Xbox 360 - and it's not too far away either.
Speaking to Joystiq at this year's PAX East, Capybara's Nathan Vella said that the upcoming game - is currently "in QA" with a view of heading towards Microsoft certification not long after which should result in a late May or early June release. Vella doesn't believe it'll take long "because it doesn't have any multiplayer and it only has a single leaderboard."
Explaining the delay, Vella says he believes the extra time was beneficial to Super Time Force, saying: "I hate the idea of gamers wasting their time on a game. Buying something because they believed it was one thing and having it turn out to be something else, and with Super TIME Force that could have happened in a weird way. It was always cool, the original game jam game was cool, but what we've turned it into is what I think people expected when they saw the very first trailer."
As well as Super Time Force, Capy is also hard at work on Below for which a new trailer was also released this week ahead of both games being shown off at the PAX East event - here's that one for you:
Which one of those is your favourite? For more Capybara goodness, here's Ed's own chat with Nathan Vella from December last year.