The point-and-click adventure game; Syberia 3 by Microids was announced to be released in 2014 or a year later but the said time changed to December 2016 later. Today the studio drenched us all in disappointment by it is not going to be released this year as well.
Benoit Sokal the creator of Syberia 3 remarked, “I am obviously disappointed that Syberia 3 is delayed because we would like to release our games as soon as the storyline is written, but I’m also relieved that Microïds has taken the decision to postpone the game’s launch because it is essential to offer players the best gaming experience possible.”
In a statement the vice president of Microids stated that, “after the unprecedented excitement we have seen for this game, we decided to bring even more depth to Kate Walker’s new adventure.” He further acknowledged that people around the globe have waited for it to come out and personify Kate Walker however they have to wait a bit longer so that they can accommodate the perfect needs of game and an adventurous experience to live up to their prospects. They are planning further to add more novel voice-over languages; supplementary narrative sequences and more cinematics to the gameplay that is taking a lot of hard work and team effort.
The next rumored release time for Syberia 3 is in the Q1 2017 however it can be pre-ordered from Steam for $40 and £30. The game will feature a title track by Inon Zur; famous for Dragon Age and Fallout. Furthermore, it will be dubbed in traditional German, French, Polish and Russian. The available languages for the subtitle will be English, Portuguese, Korean, Polish, Brazilian, Czech, Spanish, Russian, Dutch, German, Italian and French.