Games publisher Soedesco has announced that it will postpone the physical edition releases of upcoming titles thanks to disruptions caused by the coronavirus outbreak.

In a press release, the studio says that it "is taking all the maximum precautions" to look after its staff as the pandemic continues to impact business. The company's executive manager, Hans van Brakel, has shared the following:

"Due to recent developments in the market that are beyond our control, we have made the difficult decision to postpone some of the physical releases to a later date. The global crisis has a big impact on logistics, which makes it difficult for us to manufacture, ship and sell physical games right now. However, the digital releases will continue as planned."

As it stands, this means that both Monstrum and Adam's Venture: Origins will be impacted. Digital releases for both games will be happening as originally planned (and release dates are expected soon), but the physical editions will be delayed until further notice.

Last Friday, it was revealed that Gamescom is the latest event to be cancelled due to the coronavirus. Unlike E3, however, a digital event is planned to replace the physical show.