Forever Skies has delayed the launch of its airships into 2023

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Post-apocalyptic survival sim Forever Skies has floated its release date straight out of this year and into the first half of 2023, developers Far From Home have announced. Their reasons for the delay have been detailed in a lengthy Steam post, but it’s mainly good news: after receiving tons of feedback from their recent demo, the devs are now looking to expand the game’s scope and spend more time working on its futuristic dirigibles and such. They also released a new…

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