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Creature collectathon DokeV delayed into 2024

Remember Gamescom last year, and the peppy trailer for open-world creature collecting RPG DokeV?
Well, the game’s slipped out of its 2023 release window and into the distant reaches of 2024, devs Pearl Abyss have revealed.
Pearl Abyss also delayed their upcoming action adventure Crimson Desert.
We haven’t heard much about DokeV since it was shown at Gamescom last year.
Back in May, Jin-young confirmed that DokeV would become a “metaverse platform” after speculation that the game could feature a Play To Earn system.
Now, unsubstantiated rumours have emerged on Twitter that DokeV’s core developers have left Pearl Abyss.
Take that with a massive pinch of salt, though Pearl Abyss did mention in their earnings call that their core development team is concentrating on Crimson Desert for now.
I’ve reached out to Pearl Abyss for clarification on the game’s delay and the status of its development team.