Indivisible Delayed To 2019
The 2D Metroidvania RPG from the makers of Skullgirls, Indivisible, will miss its 2018 release and is now set for launch next year. The developers, Lab Zero, announced on their blog.
The project was funded by Indiegogo- but only reached its goal up to last few days similar to the recently funded The Good Life- and also backed with funding by publishers 505 Games. Lab Zero cited that the number of assets required for the game, and the time needed to ensure it’s up to their standards, as a major reason of the delay.
“This was not a decision we made lightly, nor did we make it alone. Needing more time to finish the game meant that we also needed more money,” the post reads. “Fortunately, 505 Games has graciously funded the majority of the extension, and Lab Zero will be kicking in our Skullgirls royalties to cover the rest.”
Inidivisible is set in a mystical world inspired by various cultures, including Southeast Asian where you play as Ajna. It’s a side scrolling 2D platformer that turns into an RPG in combat sequences, with each face button mapping to a specific character. It will be released on the PS4, PC, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.