Moonglow Bay's launch has been pushed back until October 26th, according to publishers Coatsink and developers Bunnyhug. Offering a "story-driven ‘slice-of-life' fishing RPG", this upcoming game takes us to a Canadian fishing town that's afraid to fish.
Originally announced for an October 7th release at Future Games Show during Gamescom 2021, the team announced they've encountered some "pesky" bugs, which have made getting a clean release build "difficult." As such, we'll need to wait just slightly longer before diving in.
Moonglow Bay Gets A Brief Delay, Now Launching On October 26th
Speaking within a press release, Bunnyhug issued this statement:
The game is delayed, but not by much! We at Bunnyhug have been working on Moonglow Bay for 4 years alongside Coatsink to make the best experience possible. Sadly, over the last few weeks we’ve been encountering some pesky bugs which have made getting a clean release build difficult. The game is now in a good place and in the final stage of development, but still needs to pass the final hurdles, so to ensure all is right as rain, we’ll be releasing Moonglow Bay on October 26! We hope you can enjoy what’s coming!
Arriving for Steam, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Game Pass, that'll retail for £19.99/$24.99 USD/€24.99. A separate PC release for the Epic Games Store remains scheduled to launch on November 11th, as previously planned.