Disgaea 5 Complete for Steam Delayed Until Summer 2018

Disgaea 5 Complete for Steam Delayed Until Summer 2018

During a bug hunt, NISA found a problem that requires additional attention.

NIS America announced today that Disgaea 5 Complete for PC has been delayed until Summer 2018.

The news comes after reports from players earlier today that the Disgaea 5 Complete demo that just came out on Steam had been pulled. Those who downloaded the demo found their licenses revoked.

Disgaea 5 Complete

USGamer reached out to NIS America for a statement regarding the matter. A NIS America representative told us, "As beta testing has been ongoing we have been fixing bugs and issues as they were discovered. While working on corrections last night, we came across a new issue that requires additional attention that will take more time to resolve."

What those issues are are unclear at the moment. NIS America also said that until the issue is resolved all demo keys have been disabled and new ones will be distributed at a later time.

Disgaea 5 Complete for Steam was originally announced for a May 7, 2018 release date. This is another delay for a NIS America title following the delay of Ys 8 on the Nintendo Switch.

We previously reviewed Disgaea 5 Complete for the PS4. You can read our review for the PS4 version here.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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