Martha is Delayed

MARTHA! Publisher Wired Productions and developer LKA announce Martha is Dead is being delayed, and is now expected on Windows and consoles on February 24th. This psychological thriller was was announced with a 2020 release date before that was pushed back to this year. "Martha Is Dead has been a long journey for us, but we’re now nearing the point where the whole world will get to play it," says LKA's Luca Dalco. "This is an experience curated to be faithful and accurate to the era, from our authentic recreation of the Tuscan countryside through to the impact that WWII had on Italy. We can’t wait for people to experience the game for themselves" (but wait we will). Neither delay is specifically delayed, though last time there was a reference to "turning it up to 10," so maybe now the plan is to shoot for 11. Here's a new Release Date Trailer and part of the announcement:
Built in Unreal® Engine 4, Martha Is Dead combines real-world locations, working in links to historical events during the latter stages of World War II, superstition, folklore, and deep psychological distress. The game opens in the depths of the Italian countryside as Allied and Axis forces turn the nation into a pincered playground.

Martha Is Dead’s latest trailer teases Unreal’s revolutionary ‘Metahuman’ technology in an intimate and immersive showcase of the foreboding tension evident throughout the game. Meet the twins, Martha and Giulia, witness their special bond and get a glimpse of how dealing with the acute trauma of loss can affect a tortured mind.