At least according to this article:https://www.shacknews.com/article/111880/lone-echo-2-interview-put-on-the-headset-and-be-transported
Quote: "You can get your hands on Lone Echo 2 in early 2020
, exclusively from the Oculus Store
. For more developer interviews and game industry convention videos, be sure to follow Shacknews
Interview with the devs (confirming the 2020 launch year at the very end of the video):
That's easily one full year from now, man I miss Olivia
Of course it's fully understandable that such a game may take about 3 years to develop.
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