from Dominik Zwingmann
According to publisher Square Enix and the development team at Platinum Games, the development of Babylon's case continues to progress very well. But fans still have to be patient with new material. Actually, the makers wanted to show new gameplay in the summer, but the pandemic thwarted the whole thing.

After the announcement in June 2018 and another trailer in December 2019 The teams from Square Enix and Platinum Games commented on the current status of the development of Babylon's case via Twitter. According to this, the makers wanted to present new material for the game in the summer, but the coronavirus pandemic has also mixed up some plans here. The team is currently working on Babylon's case from the home office and everything should go very well.

Square Enix and Platinum Games will provide new material for all fans as soon as possible. Babylon's case is currently planned for PC and PlayStation 4. At the time of the announcement, 2019 was revealed as the year of publication. This date could not be met. The makers have not yet set a new period. Below the message we have included the latest trailer of Babylon's Fall for you.

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