The last DLC for roguelike recreation The Binding of Isaac has been given a stable launch date. The Binding of Isaac: Repentance will grace Steam on March 31, 2021.
The date was revealed in a flowery new trailer full of nods to the historical past of the indie game, setting us up for one final horrifying try at serving to Isaac escape from the clutches of his murderous mom. Over 130 objects, 100 enemies, 25 bosses, and 5,000 new rooms are included in the mammoth sequel. Creator Edmund McMillen had beforehand hoped the workforce would handle to get the recreation out before the end of 2020, however that wasn’t to be – given, effectively, all the things about that 12 months, it’s form of outstanding the delay was solely three months.
“Me and the team are quite excited for this beast to finally rise from the depths and consume your every waking hour for the years to come,” Edmund writes in an accompanying blog on Steam. “We just want all of its features to be perfect and testing to be a bit more in-depth than our last little release that will go unnamed.” Some 11 extra blogs will be posted between now and launch, exploring the options and additions gamers can anticipate earlier than diving in.
Repentance is a conversion of The Binding of Isaac: Antibirth, a preferred mod that many considered unofficial DLC for the action-adventure game. McMillen introduced it might change into an official enlargement in September 2018, collaborating with the modding workforce to make it right into a fully-fledged launch.
Here’s the trailer: