Payday 3 will be released between 2022 and 2023! But won't it be too late?

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After a series of major problems at Starbreeze Studios, which resulted in several layoffs and layoffs. The studio finally reveals to us that not only has it not given up on Payday 3 but it has also announced that the game should be released between 2022 and 2023.

However, despite all this being great news… The wait time turns out to be very long! After all, Payday 2 was released in 2013! That is, fans will eventually have to wait about 10 years to get their hands on a new title in the series.

With all these problems affecting the studio, will Payday 3 ever come true?

Payday 3 will be released between 2022 and 2023! But won't it be too late?

Nothing is known for sure yet, because nobody can predict the future. However, we believe the Payday Series could be the perfect opportunity for Starbreeze Studios to hit rock bottom.

This is because, in fact, we can admit that this is a series well known among the players. And the release of a third title could generate a very interesting 'Hype', and of course, some profit.

In addition, the game will be released at a time when next-gen consoles will be available on the market. So it is almost certain that good graphics, good gameplay and even a great story are certainly not missing.

On which platforms can players play Payday 2 while the new title in the series is not released?

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At the moment players have Payday 2 available on platforms like PS4, Xbox One, PC and more recently on Nintendo Switch. So while nothing is known about Payday 3 yet, it's best to relive all the memories in the series.

However, don't expect too much from the game. After all, the title was released in 2013 and of course neither the graphics nor the gameplay are the best.

Besides, what do you think about all this? Share with us your opinion in the comments below.

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