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Tacoma, the next game by the developers of Gone Home, has pushed its release to the spring of 2017.

Fulbright planned to launch Tacoma this year but said in a blog post that they decided the sci-fi adventure required around six additional months of time. As the post notes, the delay comes a full year ahead of it’s launch window, so don’t attribute the postponement to an eleventh-hour decision.

Deep-space facility Tacoma is the name of a fictional lunar transfer station (and, unrelated, a wonderful truck from Toyota) in which character Amy Ferrier finds?well, we just don’t know yet. The two trailers released so far show a first-person experience on what looks to be lonely space station. Thankfully, Amy is not stuck in zero gravity and in dire need of oxygen.

Tacoma will now arrive spring 2017 for Xbox One and PC.

Sci-fi adventure game frome Gone Home developer delayed until next year

By Jeff Landa | 03/14/2016 11:00 PM PT

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Tacoma, the next game by the developers of Gone Home, has pushed its release to the spring of 2017.

Fulbright planned to launch Tacoma this year but said in a blog post that they decided the sci-fi adventure required around six additional months of time. As the post notes, the delay comes a full year ahead of it’s launch window, so don’t attribute the postponement to an eleventh-hour decision.

Deep-space facility Tacoma is the name of a fictional lunar transfer station (and, unrelated, a wonderful truck from Toyota) in which character Amy Ferrier finds?well, we just don’t know yet. The two trailers released so far show a first-person experience on what looks to be lonely space station. Thankfully, Amy is not stuck in zero gravity and in dire need of oxygen.

Tacoma will now arrive spring 2017 for Xbox One and PC.

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