While Lab Zero has been working hard on its RPG platformer Indivisible since its KickStarter campaign in 2015, the developers still need some more time. While the title was originally poised to release sometime this year, Lab Zero announced today that Indivisible has been pushed back to the first half of 2019.
According to the developers, this delay is a result of the game’s massive scope. In order to make sure everything in the game is polished to a high quality Lab Zero and its fans would be satisfied with, they decided to push the game back. That being said, the developers reassured that they won’t be cutting anything they promised in order to meet a deadline.
This last stretch of the game’s development is being mostly funded by publisher 505 Games. Lab Zero has also hired a new Lead Writer and Lead Level Designer in order to make the new release date they have in mind. While this delay is unfortunate, the Backer Preview is now set to release on June 8, and a build of Indivisible will be present at E3.
The developers also released some new screenshots for the game, which you can check out below. Indivisible is currently slated to release on PC, Mac, Linux, PS4, and Xbox One sometime during the first half of 2019.