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EA’s NHL 21 Release Pushed Back to October !

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Fans were eagerly waiting for the next release of NHL franchise NHL 21 was supposed to release in September 2020 window but got delayed over to October 2020. This step of pushing back the release date is to ensure the developers are not stressed in relation to the detailing and overall quality of NHL 21.

Recently, EA posted NHL 21’s development update on Twitter. Fans were not happy with the decision as some took comment section to express their opinions over the delay.

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The community update about NHL 21 stated:

‘To answer the most commonly asked question first, NHL 21 will launch a little later this year, shifting from our usual September window to October. This year has been full of extraordinary circumstances and we’ve had to make major adjustments in developing the game from home. This transition has been very successful and we’re happy to say that the game is on track and feature-complete against our original vision, we just need a few extra weeks to do the polish, fine tuning and bug fixing. We know some of you will be disappointed by this news, but our goal with NHL 21 is to deliver an experience that will be worth the wait.’

‘We are grateful for your dedication and can’t wait for everyone to hit the ice.’

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‘Better late than never’ has kept fans going for NHL 21 and major AAA titles such as Cyberpunk 2077 who are recently pushing back the release date.

Read the full NHL 21 update here!

Source: EA

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