The many that waited for the release of Little Devil Inside during 2021, were, unfortunately, massively disappointed. The release of the game has been pushed back to winter 2022, leaving gamers anticipating yet another Christmas release for PlayStation’s cinematic combat game.
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Many will have witnessed the video teaser trailer that was released by PlayStation via their social media platforms like Instagram, but that too came with the disheartening news that players will need to wait that little bit longer once again. Calling it the most anticipated indie game of 2022, PlayStation have made it very clear that gamers have no chance to see gaming opportunities on this game for at least another 11 months. However, many have speculated via social media platforms that winter 2022 could mean different time ratios depending on where gamers live around the world. Does PlayStation mean winter below the equator, or above it? If there is a slight discrepancy via locality, this could mean gamers could see the release of the game as early as February next year- which is certainly not as long as man would think. However alternatively if this clever deduction is indeed false, gamers will need to wait until the fourth quarter-with October being the earliest. Boo!
If it was first teased in 2020, it is understandable that the pandemic would put its delays on time estimations-that is understandable. However, we hate to burst your bubble here. The game has in fact been teased from 2015 and was then projected for its release in 2016. To push controversy around this game even further, it is believed that PS5 had to publicly apologise for their believed racial stereotyping surrounding the game, in addition to the racial connotations that they put forward within the marketing materials of the game. It certainly started up a riot and many were hugely disappointed. Therefore, it would explain why developers sought more time to rewrite the wrongs of the parts of the game that could come across as offensive.
While many games have rather minimal artwork when it comes to presenting the game on the market, Little Devil Inside has still yet to even release to their legions of fans what the game artwork across all their console platforms would actually look like. However, the developer John Choi, did tell the press that the cover art will be minimal and simply show the world that the game is centred around, ‘at a glance’. Developers want their gamers to utilise their imaginations when they picture the game, and not be limited by what the developers set as the skeleton of the game. While this outlook is a very new way of looking at gaming spaces, this nostalgic essence is what Neostream wants to feed their community.
Therefore, we can all expect that there is little more to come in terms of artwork and graphics until the big day of release. While it would not surprise us that game teasers will come back and forth through the power of social media, we still have no official announced date yet for the game. So, the processes leading up to the game making it to our consoles is far from the finish line.
All we can do is wait, and hope the experience over Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Series X is a worthy one.