The Thaumaturge’s Launch Date Moved to March 4

We—Fool’s Theory—are happy to share that the game is now complete, and numerous reviewers have it already in their hands. At the same time, taking February’s busy launch period into account and the opening for a better release window, we’ve decided to take this opportunity to give The Thaumaturge more breathing room so it receives the attention we believe it deserves.

We want you to have enough time to enjoy the game in full, and we feel that the current release window is not the perfect moment for it. With that in mind, we are moving the launch date to March 4th, 2024. The additional time we’re getting will be used to polish the game further so that your journey through the streets of 1905 Warsaw is even more enjoyable. We truly can’t wait for you to play it, and thank you for your patience!

Watch The Thaumaturge gameplay along with the developer’s commentary. In this special Dev Stream we’ll take a deep dive into the quest with Fool’s Theory Level Designer Robert Butkiewicz and Magdalena Czarnecka, Product Manager at 11 bit studios.

A thaumaturge bears both a gift and a burden. This parallel holds true for Wiktor Szulski, the game’s protagonist, who is drawn back to the tumultuous streets of 20th-century Warsaw by family matters. This mystical inheritance significantly shapes Wiktor’s life journey tied around a pursuit of unearthly entities and their hosts.
As only a thaumaturge can tame these ethereal entities—known to a select few as salutors—utilizing their mystical abilities to discover secrets hidden within the human soul and speak to the Darkness, no one understands quite like Wiktor how everyone suffers their own demons.

Source: The Thaumaturge Steam Profile

Related Articles

Naughty Dog Previews “The Last of Us Part II Remastered” Feature Set

Eddie Chim

The Callisto Protocol Final Transmission DLC Gameplay Covered by Dev Team

Eddie Chim

2K and The LEGO Group Announce LEGO 2K Drive Coming May 19th 2023

Richard Aizlewood

Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More