Axiom Verge 2 is delayed once more, and creator Thomas Happ is now concentrating on a launch for Nintendo Switch and Windows PC someday between July and September. To tide followers over, Happ has made free a documentary in regards to the first Axiom Verge’s creation.
That 25-minute movie, made by 2 Player Productions, was released on Blu-ray with 2017’s Axiom Verge Multiverse Edition, the sport’s physical-format launch for consoles. Happ was the only developer, artist, author, and musician for Axiom Verge, which he constructed over a five-year stretch and launched in 2015.
The documentary, which was additionally offered through Steam in 2017, is available to watch at IGN.
Happ has promised that players will “discover the origins of the Axiom Verge universe” within the sequel. In the primary Axiom Verge, the participant character is a researcher named Trace, who awakens from a laboratory accident on an alien world. As Trace, the participant explores a glitched-out panorama, repairing code to proceed their progress by every stage.
Axiom Verge 2 was initially introduced to be released on Nintendo Switch on the finish of 2019. In October, Happ introduced that it might be delayed to early 2021. In February, Epic Games Store representatives confirmed that the cyberpunk Metroidvania would launch for PC completely through that retailer.