The Thaumaturge, an RPG from the studio that’s also working on The Witcher remake, is delayed because February is just too crowded

The Thaumaturge, an isometric RPG about occultists summoning spirit beings in 1905 Warsaw, has been delayed into March—not because it needs more development time, but because February is just too damn crowded already.

Fool’s Theory, the studio making The Thaumaturge, has some fairly deep RPG roots. It’s headed up by former Witcher 2 and 3 quest designer Jakub Rokosz, served as a support studio for Baldur’s Gate 3, and is also developing the remake of CD Projekt‘s first RPG The Witcher. Even so, it’s not an especially well-known studio, nor is The Thaumaturge a very high-profile game. That may have helped drive the decision to push the launch back.

(Image credit: Fool’s Theory (Twitter))

“With February’s busy launch period, we’ve decided to move the release of the Thaumaturge to March 4th, 2024,” the studio tweeted. “The game is complete, but we want to give it space so it can be enjoyed the way we believe it deserves. See you in 1905 Warsaw and thank you for your patience!”

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