Anna Marie flashes the milkman. Kelley Ryan protests three button controllers. Pascal gives out his a/s/l to anyone who asks. And Chris watches some really interesting paint dry.
A follow-up to Toby Fox’s Undertale.
(Note: release dates refer to the free first chapter.)
The second chapter of Deltrarune is now available on consoles. RPGamers can pick up the second chapter for free alongside the first one.
Josh and Scotty get into a father-son slap fight. Kelley ascends to divinity playing Picross. Johnathan sees how much his ZHP is worth and has to go make a transaction in a back alley. And Chris tries to justify life without a back button.
The second chapter of Deltarune’s arrival is imminent. Players will be able to copy their previous chapter save files over, though a general memory of story events is all that’s required.
Our retro episode of RPG Backtrack briefly mentioned the feel-good RPG, Undertale. We felt the game deserved its own episode, since we also have a chance to bring up its spiritual sequel, Deltarune.
Toby Fox posted a new update on Deltarune, detailing the current state of its development. In addition, Fangamer and 8-4 presented a fifth anniversary concert broadcast for Undertale.
With Undertale available on Switch, it was only a matter of time before the follow-up made it as well. Switch owners can download the earliest part of the game by the end of the month.
Following the release on Deltarune earlier in the week, Toby Fox has provided some information on what it actually is. Included in the information is a caveat that players shouldn’t expect the full experience to release very soon.
Undertale creator Toby Fox has released Deltarune. The mystery surrounding what it actually is seems to be appropriate for the date.