If this month's alpha showing inspired faith Torment: Tides of Numenera would hits is previously planned Q4 2015 release window, sorry, a bit longer to wait yet as the $5 million crowd-funded RPG has settled on a new 2016 release date. A beta is scheduled for this year, though.
Developer inXile made the announcement in a Kickstarter update wherein project manager Kevin Saunders announced his departure from inXile. Wasteland 2 lead and 12 year inXile vet Chris Keenan replaces Saunders down the stretch.
"As a fresh set of eyes on the project I can tell you it's shaping up to be the awesome experience you all expect and deserve," Keenan wrote. "However, to maintain the quality standard we've set for ourselves, we can't rush through these final stages to get it out the door. Instead, we're going to take the time we need on Torment: Tides of Numenera, which means we are planning a 2016 release."