Console version of Gone Home delayed in Europe
Published 13/01/2016 | 09:22
Delightfully story driven game Gone Home has been delayed in Europe just hours before it was set to arrive on consoles
PC title Gone Home from Fullbright was set to debut on consoles around the world this week but it's run into a delay in the European region.
The delay comes down to an issue with certs and ratings, with the developers tweeting the following:
Sad announcement: due to last-minute complications with ratings/cert, GH Console is delayed in EU/AUS regions. https://t.co/ctq8ducmVe
That's a shame for those who have been waiting for more than two years to give the game a try, long after it debuted on the PC. It's all about a girl called Kaitlin who returns to her family home in Oregon in 1995. The house is empty so you're tasked with looking for clues to your family's whereabouts, kicking off a startlingly well crafted narrative which reveals plenty of secrets and truths, especially about your sister Samantha.
We won't go into details as that would spoil the experience of the game but story fans will definitely want to seek this one out. That latest from the company is that they're pushing through the required paperwork as soon as possible, but it's likely that the Xbox One version for Europe won't be available until at least next week.
Those in North America can download the game now.