Twelve Minutes, The Artful Escape, Last Stop Officially Delayed to 2021

Annapurna Interactive says they’ll release “throughout the year” and are currently being polished.

Twelve Minutes

After the Steam page for Twelve Minutes indicated a 2021 release window, publisher Annapurna Interactive has now officially confirmed that it will launch next year. It also confirmed that two other titles, The Artful Escape and Last Stop, would release in 2021. This isn’t unexpected, especially with this year coming to a close and the lack of updates for each title. The publisher noted that each title would release “throughout the year” and that they were currently in the polishing phase.

Twelve Minutes is developed by Luis Antonio and concerns a man trapped in a time loop. With 12 minutes of in-game time available, the player must attempt to save the man’s wife and avoid death himself, all while being confined to a single apartment. It’s genuinely interesting and has a solid voice cast with the likes of James McAvoy, Daisy Ridley and Willem Dafoe involved.

Developed by Beethoven and Dinosaur, The Artful Escape is a musical platformer that’s been in development for several years. It was confirmed for Xbox One and Apple Arcade earlier this year, and sees singer Francis Vendetti exploring vivid mind-scapes while making peace with the legacy of his uncle, a renowned folk singer. As for Last Stop, it centers on John, Meena and Donna as they deal with a “supernatural crisis” through various minigames and dialogue interactions. Stay tuned for more details on each of the titles in the coming year.

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