postlaunch

adjective
post·​launch | \ˌpōst-ˈlȯnch, -ˈlänch\

Definition of postlaunch 

: relating to or occurring in the period following a launch a postlaunch inspection "Things could not have gone better today," NASA assistant launch director Tim Dunn said during a postlaunch recap.— Parker Leavitt increasing the odds of a postlaunch success

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Nintendo promises that there will be updates postlaunch and ingame events. Gieson Cacho, The Mercury News, "Everything you need to know: Nintendo Switch coming March 3 for $299," 12 Jan. 2017

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1901, in the meaning defined above

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