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Undertale creator releases Deltarune: Chapter 2 for PC and Mac on September 18 – Games – News

Undertale creator Toby Fox will release Chapter Two of Deltarune on September 18th, at 2:00 AM Dutch Time. The game will be released on that date for PC and Mac. The first chapter of Deltarune was published three years ago, in October 2018.

Toby Fox announced the release date for Deltarune: Chapter 2 during broadcast live In honor of Undertale’s sixth birthday. Share the developer a short teaser on Twitter It provides some details about the next chapter His website.

Users can transfer their save from Chapter 1 by completing that chapter, viewing the credits, and then going to bed in the game, Fox wrote on the Deltarune website. Players who have played one role on another system don’t have to worry. “As long as you generally remember what happened in terms of the story, you’ll be fine,” says the developer.

Deltarune is based on the world of the popular RPG Undertale. It’s again a top-down 2D game, although the turn-based combat system has been improved over Undertale. Chapter 2 will be a direct sequel to the first chapter. Players take on the role of a human named Chris, who has fallen into the “dark world” with his classmate Susie.

The first chapter of Deltarune was free, but it hasn’t been confirmed if Chapter 2 will be. Part One is also now available for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, but Chapter 2 is only available for PC and Mac for now.

According to Toby Fox, there are more chapters in the Deltarune pipeline, although they are still in the works. It’s been nearly three years between the release of Chapters 1 and 2. Fox I mentioned last year That creating future chapters will be easier, thanks to the experience his team gained in developing Chapter 2.

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