Three months after Axiom Verge 2 was finally confirmed for PC as the exclusive Epic Games Store, it has been delayed. Instead of landing sometime in the first half of 2021 as expected, creator Thomas Happ announced that he only needs a little more time to do so, and instead will be out sometime in the third quarter of 2021. year, placing it between July 1 and September 30.
“I could delve deeper into the information on why it takes longer than I had originally predicted, but I don’t want to get bogged down in technical details,” Happ dit. "It's enough to say that the game will be better for the extra time, and that I won't have to burn myself to make a date that I set."
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The documentary was filmed by 2 Player Productions, whose previous projects include deep dives into Mojang and Double Fine, and was originally created for what Happ described as "our disastrous foray into the world of retail" with the & Axiom Virgin Multiverse edition. As Dan Adelman of Leadman Games explained this 2019 Twitter thread, the release of the Multiverse Edition was deeply concerned and eventually led to a lawsuit against the publisher Badland Games.
Virgin Axiom 2, if you haven’t heard it yet, is part of the same story as Virgin Axiom, but it’s “a whole new game” with new characters, abilities, enemies, and world. Apparently, you can also play before or after the original, so if you want to jump straight into the new game without fear of getting lost, and maybe watch the first game later, which is definitely worth it. You can learn more about what's to come axiomverge2.com.