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Rive gets pushed back to 2016

Two Tribes determined to make the best game possible.

Dutch game developer Two Tribes have downsized after disappointing sales of Toki Tori 2, but the now three man strong studio is working hard on their next game, Rive, previously targeted for release in 2015.

Now the developer have revealed in a blog post that the game will slip into 2016.

"Since moving to a three man team early last year we had to rediscover how to handle things with less man-power. This means a lot of tasks have to be handled sequentially, instead of spread throughout the team. If we need a new trailer, the level designs stall for two weeks. If we decide to attend PAX or EGX with a booth, the entire project is paused for several weeks. It's frustrating, especially since it means we can't let you play the final game yet, but it's our current reality and we are adamant to make Rive the absolute best game we've ever created."

Here are some new screens showing off the newly updated HUD among other things.


We had a chat with Two Tribes' Collin van Ginkel back at PAX East in March, you can watch it below for more details on the game. Rive will arrive on PC, PS4, Wii U and Xbox One next year.

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