Super Meat Boy creator Edmund McMillen's new game The Legend of Bum-bo has been delayed.
McMilllen announced on Twitter the game has been pushed back to the first half of 2018. The delay is due to McMillen and co-developer James Id having expanded the scope of The Legend of Bum-bo since its initial announcement back in 2016. McMillen promises to share more news and a teaser trailer for the game sometime in February.
Not much is known about The Legend of Bum-bo, other than it's some kind of a turn-based puzzle RPG. It's also not known which platforms the game will be released on. James Id, who is responsible for all The Binding of Isaac trailers, is handing programming and 3D elements, such as art.
For more on some of McMillen's past work, be sure to read IGN's review of The Binding of Isaac Afterbirth+.
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