Humankind won’t come until August
Due to the lively feedback from the community, Amplitude Studios has decided to postpone Humankind to August 17, 2021. Fans of the strategy genre have had the title on the list for a long time and have been looking forward to an early release. So that the game also meets the demands of the players, one or the other screw is still turned. According to Amplitude, the feedback should mostly be of a positive and constructive nature, which one now wants to take to heart.
The balancing and pacing in particular is being tweaked, but the interface has also received updates to make gaming more pleasant. Territories are now named, notifications contain more information, and the combat menu has been revamped. The studio needs a little more time so that these changes are also present in the finished game. You should finally have learned from other games that there is no point in throwing a half-finished title on the market, so we also support the studio’s decision. The updates mentioned are only a few of the new features / improvements, on the games2gether page you will find an overview of all the adjustments. You can get the title on Steam, Stadia, Epic Games and in the store in a 100% recyclable Panorama Art Box or with a steel case.
- Create your own civilization – Choose from 60 historical cultures from ancient times to modern times
- Change the course of human history – Experience historical events and make far-reaching moral decisions
- Put your tactical skills to the test – whether in combat, city planning or diplomacy
- The game, excluding the art box, “decision maker” coin, double-sided unit and technology tree poster, digital soundtrack, Notre Dame pack …
Source: Amplitude Studios