What is the release date for Immortals of Aveum?
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The latter half of 2023 is chock-full of highly anticipated games from renowned developers across the industry. From Starfield to Baldur’s Gate 3 to Armored Core 6 to Spider-Man 2, gaming fans are in for treat after treat once August rolls around. However, there is one game that has flown under the radar and could be the surprise hit of the year.

Immortals of Aveum has generated some hype from fans after an impressive trailer and showcase earlier this year, and now players want to know when its release date is.

Immortals of Aveum is a magical first-person shooter that sees players enter a global conflict as soon as the game begins. Players have access to a wide variety of spells, magic types, and combinations they can use to take down whatever enemy is standing in their way. The trailers for the game have looked quite stunning up to this point, but the community hype has somewhat died down ever since Immortals of Aveum was delayed earlier this summer.

Now, the game has a new release date. Finally.

The release date for Immortals of Aveum

The original release date for Immortals of Aveum was late July, which was a seemingly terrific launch window. There were no other big, AAA games releasing around that time, giving Immortals of Aveum plenty of spotlight.

However, the developers needed more time to get the game ready, and they pushed the release date to Aug. 22, 2023. This is where things currently stand, and it appears no further delays will occur. The launch is coming at a rather unfortunate time, as Armored Core 6 comes out just three days later and Starfield launches two weeks after that. Not to mention, the two release dates for Baldur’s Gate 3 are sandwiched around Immortals of Aveum’s launch.

It remains to be seen if these massive releases will affect Immortals of Aveum or not. If you’re looking forward to the game, though, you can expect to start playing on Aug. 22.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.