Hi. Please try to verify content and provide references for information that is likely to be questioned by others. Making edits based on assumptions, however reasonable, should be avoided. This addition to The Outer Worlds did not add value to the existing information on the one-year exclusivity - the date of release was already in the infobox, and it wouldn't take a lot for any reader to count a year from that and come to a similar conclusion as yours. It is a good idea to provide exact dates, but those should be based on official statements or other credible sources. This change to the release year of Super Meat Boy Forever and your note explaining it as a 2019 release being "unlikely" did not have a source or a way for others to verify the claim. As reasonably unlikely as it may be, the official website still has the year as 2019 and the Epic Games Store page has no release date. This change to the release date of The 11th Hour was actually a step in the right direction, as the Wikipedia page and GOG pages do point at a December release, but GOG has it as December 13 and the Wikipedia source simply has it as December. Where did December 1 come from? This addition to Rune II appeared to have been a guess as well, as there were no similar statements in the official announcement. You seeing it in the end was a good sign! I hope this helps in identifying the problem and striving to do better.