The Day Before Studio still claims it is working on the beta and Steam recovery

Hard to say if Dark and darker or The day before will walk away with the coveted trophy for Biggest Slow-Mo Trainwreck of 2023, assuming we’ll have that category this December. Until voting season begins, we’ll have to wait on both fronts to see if any of the online titles can escape the gravity of disappointment and questionable legal status.

The day before Studio Fntastic continues to express hope that it can emerge from the turmoil it’s found itself in thanks to a trademark dispute with a calendar app and subsequent exile from Steam and YouTube. The studio said that work is progressing towards a beta and that it is confident that the survival shooter will return to Valve’s platform shortly.

“For those wondering if the game [is] will be on Steam,” the studio said on Discord. “It should be on Steam, yes. team is working on it. We’ve worked hard to ensure the game meets our high standards and we’re confident the wait will be worth it. As we get closer to the release date, we will be doing more beta testing of the game.”

The last post-apocalyptic title we heard has been pushed back to November for additional development and testing — not to mention possible rehearsal dates. No window was specified for the proposed beta test.

Here’s a quick rundown of the entire saga to date:


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