The second act of Cardboard Computer's five act episodic adventure, Kentucky Route Zero, has been pushed to mid-May, the developer announced in its monthly newsletter.
Kentucky Route Zero's creators say that some unexpected work relating to distribution, the Independent Game Festival and "troubleshooting for a larger number of players than we anticipated" are responsible for the delay of Act 2. The episode will hit a few weeks later than its previously expected end-of-April release.
"It's looking really good though, and we're anxious to have it out in the world," Cardboard Computer wrote. Until the act's release, the developer plans to release new screenshots through its Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Kentucky Route Zero's first act was released in January for Windows PC and Mac, with a Linux version released soon after. For more on the game, read Polygon's feature on Kentucky Route Zero and its creators.
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