It’s nearly been three years since we obtained the primary chapter of the Undertale dev’s newest game, Deltarune so, naturally, there was some buzz when creator Toby Fox revealed that Chapter 2 would immediately be dropping final week. Since the game’s come to Steam, too, we now understand how well-liked the indie game is, and, yep, individuals are digging it.
As per SteamDB, Deltrarune hit a peak of 102,916 concurrent players on launch day and has held a gradual participant depend since. Mind you, the game is presently free-to-play on Steam because it’s nonetheless thought-about a demo with solely the primary two chapters obtainable, however curiosity within the game isn’t wavering.
The game received’t stay a demo eternally, although. Fox revealed over the weekend that plans are shifting going ahead. He was going to launch the chapters when all of them have been completed, however he’s modified his thoughts because it’s “hard both for creators and fans to go a long time without a release”. We’re getting Chapters 3, 4, and 5 subsequent time, although the game will change into a paid launch at that time. Fox says he doesn’t understand how a lot it’ll be, nevertheless it’s “definitely going to cost more than Undertale”.
Here’s the trailer:
See you quickly. https://t.co/Z19tzGlRmW pic.twitter.com/hKU0st0LCb
— UNDERTALE / DELTARUNE (@UnderTale) September 16, 2021
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