RTS triquel Native world 3 has been pushed back to February 2024, moving away from the previous “first half of 2023” release window. The developers say they need more time to live up to the standards of the series, presumably with more epic space fleet shootouts. For those who miss the galactic megastructures of the series, the developers have made it promised to share their biggest “progress update” later this summer. Maybe at one of this year’s NotE3 showcases.

“Our primary goal is to create a Homeworld that lives up to the standards set by its predecessors and is worthy of the incredible legacy of this series,” wrote developers Blackbird Interactive. on Twitter. “This is what Homeworld 3 should look like, but to fully realize that vision, we need more time to refine and polish the game.”

The strategic game was originally supposed to launch in late 2022 sliding to 2023and now in 2024. What we saw in the game megastructures, space battles and techno-ruins It’s been pretty cool so far, so more power to them.

Blackbird Interactive recently released a great ship salvage program space game Hardspace: Shipbreaker, which Liam gave our seal of approval Bestest The best review when it came out of early access last year.

Hopefully, Homeworld 3 can achieve the same highs when it launches next February. The team says the game is a standalone story set in a melancholic universe, only this time on a larger scale compared to what we’ve seen in other Homeworld games. You can now add it to your wishlist steam.