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Moons Of Madness Has A Release Date Set Down To Drive Us All Mad

Moons Of Madness Has A Release Date Set Down To Drive Us All Mad

Moons Of Madness

The release date for Moons Of Madness is now set down and PC gamers will be able to see Moons Of Madness quite a bit before console

I hope you are ready for more terror to come our way this Halloween as we have a release date for Moons Of Madness now. That is, if you are a PC gamer looking for some more terror this holiday as it looks like Funcom is splitting up the release dates for that and the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game. Maybe it is on them or just how the whole process of approval goes with Rock Pocket Games still trying to iron out the console stuff. Either way, Moons Of Madness is heading to the PC on October 22nd as of right now with the consoles getting the game on January 21st of 2020. Not a huge wait, but still one that will need to be made for those who want to experience everything the game has to offer.

Given the quickness of the launch date here for Moons Of Madness, there is not much else to go on for it all. Well, outside of a new little bit of gameplay to make said announcement and a few new screenshots to take in so we can see just how all this horror will look and feel. In its current state at the very least. Have a look at the short bit we do have for Moons Of Madness just below and get ready to enter another haunted space station. Space station that is being attacked by elder gods? Space station that just has crazies running around? I guess we will all know for certain here in a few weeks or months depending on how you want to pick it all up.

Moons of Madness — Launch Date Announcement

Halloween is going to become extra dark and terrifying this year, as publisher Funcom and developer Rock Pocket Games are thrilled to announce that Moons Of Madness will launch on PC on October 22nd, 2019. Release date on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One is set to January 21st, 2020.

Have you been waiting for Moons Of Madness to finally drop on us or is this all a bit too soon for all the other games we have coming? Do you think it is on the developer side of things for the delay on the consoles or is it on the consoles approval to get it through? Does any of that matter and you just want to dive in and see what is going on out there in this new space? Let us all know down in the comments and then feel free to discuss. If there is more to talk about or share for Moons Of Madness, we will certainly share it all here. Just be sure to keep checking back in for all of that and much more.

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