The online portion of Supermassive Games’ The Quarry has been postponed to July 8.
The rest of the spiritual successor to Until Dawn will be released on June 10 as planned and will still include couch co-op and movie mode options.
Supermassive Games released a statement on Twitter about the delay, although it did not give an explicit reason why the multiplayer has been put on the long track.
An update on The Quarry’s online multiplayer: pic.twitter.com/Bipo0yxp2g
— Supermassive Games (@SuperMGames) May 26, 2022
The online multiplayer part gives the host control over the game, while up to seven others can provide input on the dozens of choices available in the game.
The game features an all-star cast consisting of Scream’s David Arquette, Modern Family’s Ariel Winter, Detective Pikachu’s Justice Smith, The Social Network’s Brenda Song, Aliens’ Lance Henriksen, and A Nightmare on Elm Street’s Lin Shaye.
The Quarry will be released on PlayStation 4/5, Xbox Series and One, and PC via Steam.