Bandai Postpones Get Even Release in Wake of Terrorist Attack
The release date of the upcoming first-person thriller Get Even which was originally slated for release on May 26 will be delayed to June 23, according to an announcement by Bandai Namco on Twitter. The postponement was prompted by the recent terrorist attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester which claimed several lives.
Given recent events & out of respect we have decided to postpone Get Even to June 23rd. We would like to express our deepest condolences.
— BANDAI NAMCO Europe (@BandaiNamcoEU) May 23, 2017
While Bandai Namco did not give any more details on the reason the postponement, the publisher’s initiative to postpone the release of Get Even may be due to the themes presented in the game in which a man kidnaps and terrorizes several victims in a mysterious asylum.
Bandai Namco announced that the new release date of Get Even will be set on June 23, 2017. Almost a month after its original release date. It will be released as a digital title for the PlayStation 4 and other platforms.
[Source: Bandai Namco Europe (Twitter)]