Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+ Delayed Past Switch Launch
The game has been delayed to an indefinite date later in March. But developer also announced additional content for the limited edition.
The Nintendo Switch’s launch line-up is a little shorter today with the news that the Switch version of The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+ has been delayed.
In a post on Tumblr, developer Nicalis announced that the gale would be delayed but did not provide a specific reason for it. However, the developer confirmed that the game would be released later in March. No specific release date was provided.
It wasn’t all bad news, though. Also revealed was that an Isaac face sticker would be included in the game’s limited edition, as well as a reversible alternate cover sleeve for the game and a 20-page instruction booklet that includes “little details on the game and some never-before-seen art.”
The developer added that if fans are interested in the extras included in the game’s limited edition, they should be sure to get the Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+ on release, as the swag will not be offered again.