Starship Troopers: Terran Command Pushed to June 16

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Fans waiting for Starship Troopers: Terran Command to arrive will have to wait a bit longer. Publisher Slitherine Games is pushing the game from March 31 to June 16 to polish it some more before release. The game has had multiple delays , but the developers have completed all content for the game, so now it’s just about doing some final QA.

Announcement from the publisher

Today we are making an important announcement related to the release date: Starship Troopers – Terran Command won’t be releasing on March 31st as previously announced.

The new and definitive launch date will be June 16 2022.

We know many will find this announcement disappointing and we apologize. We truly feel that a few extra months of further polish and bug fixing will make a significant difference.

We intend to deliver a finished and polished game, and it is very important for us that you are able to fully enjoy the game from day 1, without any issue spoiling your fun or without having to wait for future patches or hotfixes.

The game is now content complete and all remaining development time will be entirely focused on refining what already exists. We can’t wait to reveal more, and we plan to show you a lot in the months leading up to the launch in June.

Announced in 2019, the RTS is developed by The Aristocrats (Order of Battle: World War II) and allows players to command a mobile infantry against pesky, planet-invading bugs. It is available for preorder on Steam for $29.99.


Starship Troopers – Terran Command is a thrilling real-time strategy game set in the Starship Troopers movies universe. Take command of the Mobile Infantry and do your part in the war against the Arachnid threat. Ensure that human civilization, not insect, dominates the galaxy now and always!

Source: PC Gamer

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