The Day Before Was Set For Delay Before Trademark Dispute

The developers behind the troubled MMO The Day Before have revealed that they planned to delay the game’s release – before they became embroiled in a trademark dispute over the title. In a conversation with IGN, Fntastic said they “ planned to move the game’s release before and plan to announce it with [publisher] Mytona in a 10-minute gameplay video.” Also check out game guides on Pillar Of Gaming

“And then you all know what happened,” they continued. “So to be on the safe side, to ensure there are no more transfers, we, along with the publisher, chose November 10. That is a safe date, given the trademark dispute.”

The Day Before.
The Day Before – (Pic: Fntastic).

With the new date set, Fntastic are reportedly confident that the title trademark dispute can be resolved swiftly. They intend to bring together the best possible product for long-suffering fans. They said they were “very confident that this issue will be resolved since we have strong legal partners.”

“The extra time will allow us to better prepare for the release and make the overall improvements for the game. It will become even more polished, optimized, and content-filled.”

The Day Before.
The Day Before – (Pic: Fntastic).

The studio further addressed online speculation that the MMO, announced for the first time in January 2021, wasn’t even in active development. You only need to take a look at the game’s Discord server to get an idea of the backlash the title has faced. In response, Fntastic said: “The storm will calm down eventually, and time will put everything in its place. When the game comes out, people will finally see the truth.”

They added that they were “grateful for such a fantastic journey” while describing The Day Before as “a childhood dream come true. It’s a game with zombies and other people in a huge postapocalyptic skyscraper city.”

The Day Before.
The Day Before – (Pic: Fntastic).

Fntastic acknowledged that fans “might have doubts” about The Day Before, saying their “focus has always been on the product itself.”

To wrap the conversation, Fntastic said they “only believe in the final product. No matter what anyone says, you’ll see for yourself on November 10 this year. We hope that after the game’s success, we’ll give people faith that in this life, if you persevere toward a dream, it will come true, despite all the obstacles and doubts.”

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