Deltarune has finally published its chapter 2, a date that was known this week, but has news regarding the next episodes. For instance, Detailing chapter 3, 4 and 5 will be published at the same time, announcing in passing that these will be paid.
Deltarune chapter 2 has finally arrived free, Fox understands the current situation, but the creator has updated your plans for the future. The news, these and others, have come through the game’s official website, at Deltarune.com, after this premiere last Friday.
In said update of the web, Toby Fox claims his original plan was to launch new chapters only when they were finished, one at a time, this has changed. Apparently, as he says, he has realized that “it’s hard, for fans and created, to wait so long without a new release“.
In the same statement, Fox shares other views on Deltarune chapter 3, 4 and 5, since that will be the moment when “ask players to buy the game“. This will be at a price of the first 5 chapters, including the first two already published.
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At the moment, he has not spoken and / or specified any price, since he does not know what he will put. “I don’t know the price yet, but it’s definitely going to cost more than Undertale“, which right now has a price between € 9.99 and € 14.99 depending on the platform.
Toby Fox has published these two chapters completely free of charge, but has asked players (who can afford it) to buy another indie game to support small creators. In case you want to give money to Fox anyway, buy the soundtrack from Bandcamp.
“Just a request, please remember that games like these are not normally free.“He said sincerely.”In case you cannot buy this game, spend the money you have saved with this free game supporting other indie creators“.
Deltarune chapter 2 confirmed its release on the 6th anniversary of Undertale
Deltarune chapter 2 it was a surprise announcement during the celebration of the 6 years of Undertale. According to Fox, Deltarune was much more difficult to create due to the “complexity of new systems, stories and graphics“.
Source: Deltarune.com (Thanks, IGN.com)