Kylotonn Racing Games have confirmed that the new Isle of Man TT game has been delayed, with a new release date of Q1 2018 in the works. Initially expected to release on both console and PC next month, Kylotonn have made the decision to delay pushing the new title into the public domain as they apply further development and improvements to the physics of the various bikes due to be represented in TT Isle of Man The Game, more of which can be read by following the links below: Ian Hutchinson BMW S1000RR Michael Dunlop YZF-R6 Ian Lougher run Suter MMX 500 Kawasaki ZX-10 RR of Steve Mercer EBR 1190RS of Mark Miller You can read the full statement from Kylotonn Racing Games below: To all our riders and fans, As you know, we have been working on the TT Isle of Man game for quite some time now, and we’re very satisfied with what we’ve achieved on many points. We’ve made an almost perfect replica of the famous Snaefell Mountain Course and the in-game version provides just as many technical challenges as its real-world counterpart. And, never has a video game displayed so many graphical details on such a long race track, and with such speed required to render those graphics. Yet, after much discussion, we believe that the current game is not in line with our expectations, primarily: the gameplay and motorbike physics. Given how important this is to the game, and your experience, we do not want to disappoint you on this. As you might have seen, TT Isle of Man was initially scheduled for November 2017, but we need a little more time. We have therefore decided to push the release date back to March 2018. This extra time will allow us to improve all aspects of the game. Delaying the release of the game is not an easy decision to make but we really want to offer you an experience worthy of the legendary TT and we hope you understand! - The TT Isle of Man – the Game team TT Isle of Man the Game will release around March 2018. Discuss the game further with your fellow racing fans by visiting the TT Isle Of Man - The Game Forum here at RaceDepartment and get involved in the action! Looking forward to the new game? Disappointed about the delay or pleased to see the commitment to bringing robust physics to the title? Let us know in the comments section below!