Arkane’s new immersive sim takes on a time loop mystery adventure, and although many of us would probably like to fast forward in time to start playing it already, unfortunately we all have to wait until it officially releases. So when exactly does it release in your time zone/region? Thankfully, Arkane has given us the exact unlock times.
Deathloop is launching on September 14th, but depending on your platform, region, and time zone will unlock at a specific time. Deathloop is exclusive to the PlayStation 5 console, but it will also be launching on PC on the same day, but at slightly different times. So let’s take a look at the Deathloop unlock times based on your region.
Deathloop Pre-load times
First of all, PC players can start pre-loading Deathloop on September 12th at 10am PT (1pm ET / 6pm BST), whilst PlayStation 5 players can start pre-loading exactly 48 hours before it launches in your region.
Deathloop PC pre-load
|Deathloop PC pre-load||PT (US West Coast)||ET (US East Coast)||BST (UK)||CEST (Central Europe)||AEDT (Australia)|
|Date||September 12th||September 13th|
Deathloop PS5 pre-load
48 hours before launch day
- EG: 12am (midnight) on September 12th.
Deathloop unlock times
As for the unlock time, Deathloop launches at midnight September 14th in your local time zone for PlayStation 5 consoles. On PC, the story is a little different, as there are 3 specific regional unlock times: North/South America, Australia/New Zealand/Asia, and Europe/Rest of the World.
Deathloop PC unlock times:
- North/South America: 9:01pm PT, September 13 / 12:01am ET on September 14
- Australia/New Zealand/Asia: 12:01am JST, September 14 / 01:01am AEDT, September 14
- Europe/Rest of the World: 12:01am BST, September 14 / 13:01pm CEST, September 14
Deathloop PS5 unlock time:
September 14th, 12am (Midnight) Local time - (check the PS5 Store for your own specific unlock time)
- EG: in North America, Deathloop unlocks on September 14th at 12am (midnight) ET
Despite being a relatively simple art style as well, Deathloop has some pretty demanding specs. So before you get started pre-loading, make sure you have the right specs to see what kind of performance you might be able to get with your hardware by checking out the official PC system requirements.
What do you think? Are you excited for Deathloop? Will you be playing it on launch day? Let us know!