Empire of Sin has been delayed

Bootlegging strategy game pushed back, but not because of mob pressure.

News by Paul Wilson
Published 18th February 2020

Empire of Sin, the bootlegging strategy game from Romero Games has been pushed back to later this year.

In a twitter post the company said, "as any good bootlegger knows, good liquor can't be rushed and the same goes for game development". The game had originally been scheduled to release on 12th of April 2020, but now has no set release date just a vague Fall 2020 release window.

The twitter post.

Empire of Sin is set in 1920’s Chicago where you have to build a criminal empire after starting the game with randomly generated conditions.  In Empire of Sin you will have to charm, hustle and intimidate in order to claim your place in the cities underworld, in the character driven noir-themed strategy game.

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