Most of us were looking forward to the release of Anticipation Simulator 2015 next fall, so it comes as quite a letdown to hear it’s been delayed. This morning, Logjam Studios sent out a rather longwinded press release in which project lead Philip Bustier made the disappointing announcement.
“The whole team is delighted with amount of buzz surrounding the latest Anticipation Simulator and we’ve been working tirelessly to ensure that this is the best entry in the series yet,” he writes. “While it’s sure to come as a disappointment to our fans, rest assured that the extra time we’re taking means a bigger and better game to look forward to, so if anything, everyone should get even more excited!”
Bustier went on to detail the in-game bonus content available to players who pre-ordered Anticipation Simulator 2015 from select retailers, the platform-exclusive mission packs, and of course, the collector’s edition, which includes the game, early access to all upcoming DLC, and a behind-the-scenes DVD that promises a sneak peak at Anticipation Simulator 2017.
Anticipation Simulator 2015 will be out April 31, 2016 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, with a Wii U release still to be determined.