After several attempts to finally release In Case of Emergency, Release Raptor, the team have sadly had to delay the game again. In Case of Emergency, Release Raptor is a ‘first-person’ action game where you control a raptor whose job is to take down the robot menacing threat. The game was meant to be released on the 8th of July, but has since been pushed to the 21st of July due to the team wanting to include even more content to the game including the level editor.
As cited on the Steam page for In Case of Emergency, Release Raptor:
“Weighing feedback from youtubers, they’re having a lot of fun with the mechanics, but there just isn’t enough content yet. We’re on the verge of having a waterfall of content thanks to our level editor being nearly complete, so it seems very stupid to launch prior to that. At core, that’s the issue here.”
In Case of Emergency, Release Raptor has been a work in progress by Arcen Games for about a year and will be hitting Steam Early Access as of the 21st of July. A public demo was shown at E3 showing off the game in its rough build.
Eventually when the game is released, it was stated that the game will run for $5 initially, and as the game becomes polished and more content comes in, it will rise in price. Despite that, it was also stated that the game would not go past $20 USD.