PlayStation 4 and 5 players are going to have to wait longer than expected to get their hands on the dragon flight battle game, Century: Age of Ashes. The reason for the delay is fairly simple. The company only recently launched the game on Xbox One – and dropped the ‘A Shadow Over Skeld’ season. Adding a launch on the PlayStation platforms would be asking a lot in a short period of time, particularly if players want the best possible version. As they put it, they “need a little more time to ensure [they] meet the quality standards to ship on [the] two platforms”.
Unfortunately, they don’t have a new date for the PlayStation launches yet. The developers do note that the delay might cause concern among players, but they assure everyone that the team is currently at work debugging both versions while polishing the Xbox One version and addressing balance issues in Season One.
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