Earlier today, it looked like Mighty No. 9 might have been behind to Dec 2nd since of a new inventory on a Xbox Marketplace, though it’s looking like a posting was an blunder on Microsoft’s end.
Originally scheduled to recover in Apr 2015, Mighty No. 9 suffered a array of delays until developer Comcept recently staid on a open 2016 date, earnest that there would be no some-more delays from studio owner Keiji Inafune. The game’s inventory on a Xbox Marketplace was recently altered to uncover a recover date of “12/2/2016.” Initially, it seemed as if it had been behind once more.
As initial beheld by NeoGAF user WhiteRabbitEXE, a date expected refers to a previous, now incorrect, recover date for a game, Feb 12th, 2016. The fact that a same “12/2/2016” date is listed in countries where date formatting is “DAY/MONTH/YEAR” and not “MONTH/DAY/YEAR” like it is in America lends faith to a speculation that this was a slip-up on Microsoft’s posting and not a pointer of a pushed-back release.
That said, there is still no organisation recover date on Mighty No. 9 other than open 2016. Whenever Mighty No. 9 does come out, it will launch for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS Vita, 3DS, Mac, Linux, and PC.