Tremendous Meat Boy Perpetually Has Been Delayed



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“We might have sacrificed our minds, our bodies and social lives to make April 2019, however that’s silly.”

Tremendous Meat Boy Perpetually, the sequel to 2010’s punishing platforming trendy basic, has been delayed previous its deliberate April 2019 launch window.

Introduced by Group Meat on Twitter, the information got here within the type of a notice, studying “We’ve been knocking out the final bits of Tremendous Meat Boy Perpetually at file speeds whereas conserving a wholesome and sustainable tempo. We’re going to preserve that tempo which implies we is not going to hit our April 2019 launch. Sorry about that.”

“We might have sacrificed our minds, our bodies and social lives to make April 2019, however that’s silly,” the notice continues. “Group Meat isn’t some studio owned by an Evil Asshat company that has say over what we do and the way we do it. We’re lucky sufficient to have management over how we work and we select to not run ourselves into the bottom.”

The up to date launch date might be revealed within the subsequent trailer for the sport, however till then it should launch “After however not too far after April 2019.”

Tremendous Meat Boy Perpetually was introduced at PAX 2014, and was revealed for Nintendo Swap in 2017. Tremendous Meat Boy Perpetually was initially deliberate as a mobile-only model of Tremendous Meat Boy, however growth was restarted in 2017 and it became a full-blown sequel.

Group Meat beforehand hinted it’s engaged on a Metroidvania-style sport, although its launch is probably going nonetheless an extended methods off.

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Colin Stevens is a information author for IGN. Observe him on Twitter.

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