Hoping to grab the latest Sherlock Holmes video game for your Xbox One? You’ll have to wait a while longer because the developers decided to push back the title to a later date.
The game, titled Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter, was originally set to release on June 10 on the Xbox One and Windows PC. However, it will now see a release in the summer for reasons unknown to us. The developers did not give a reason for the decision to delay the game, but it could either be a good thing or a bad thing.
The following is what the developer had to say about the new trailer:
In this new video the famous detective’s daily life is quickly shaken by events: wracked by doubt over her past, Sherlock’s young daughter seems to be growing more and more distant, while apparently unrelated investigations come one after the other. A vast plot would seem to be taking shape… Can one suspect not hide another, after all?
This isn’t the first Sherlock Holmes video game to hit the Xbox One. The previous is called Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments. We’ve played it after it was made available as a free game under the Games with Gold earlier in the year.
We should point out that Crimes & Punishments was done by a different developer, while The Devil’s Daughter is being developed by Bigben Interactive.
As for Crimes and Punishments, it was a fun game to play. It’s a point and click type of game so best played on a PC. However, it didn’t feel too bad when played on the Xbox One from our point of view.
It should be noted that Sherlock Holmes in Crimes and Punishments is older, while in The Devil’s Daughter, he’s much younger.
Outside of this new game, several interested things are coming to the Xbox One. For example, the Facebook Friendfinder option found in the Xbox App for Windows 10 is coming to the console. Furthermore, a game known only as Kick and Fennick is available right now for 30% off.
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