Frontier has postponed Elite Dangerous: Odyssey due to coronavirus.In a note to
players of the space game, Frontier stated the impact of the ongoing lockdown had impacted its advancement schedule, pressing back the much-anticipated Odyssey expansion.Frontier had prepared to launch Elite Dangerous: Odyssey across PC and console early 2021. The PC release is now slated for late spring 2021, with the console
release pushed back to autumn 2021.”Please do know that these difficult choices have been made with a focus on making Odyssey as incredible as it can perhaps be for all our Commanders regardless of their platform, while likewise respecting practical job due dates for our teams during this difficult international situation,”Frontier said. “We wish to all the best apologise to all of our community. We know you have actually been waiting patiently and how disappointing and frustrating this should be.”Alpha access for Elite Dangerous: Odyssey on PC is still prepared, however is now set for early spring, Frontier said. Elite Dangerous: Odyssey Deluxe Alpha and Lifetime Expansion Pass holders get access to this release.Odyssey lets Elite Dangerous gamers leave the boundaries of their space vessels and stroll about the video game’s galaxy on-foot for the very first time, exploring whatever from shiny spaceport station to dusty desert stations in first-person.
Slight delay on PC, considerable delay on console.