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Conan Chop Chop has been delayed once again. The game will now launch in early 2021, “bigger and better than originally intended.”

Initially, Conan Chop Chop was targeted for September 2019. The rogue-lite party game’s release window then shifted a few times – Q1 2021, then Q2 2020, and most recently later in 2020.

Funcom chief creative officer Joel Bylos said of the latest delay:

Conan Chop Chop won’t be making its intended February 25 release date. Developer Mighty Kingdom and publisher Funcom announced a delay today, and have now provided a new Q2 2020 release window.

Mighty Kingdom CEO Philip Mayes said of the news:

Conan Chop Chop will launch for Switch on February 25, 2020, publisher Funcom and developer Mighty Kingdom have announced.

Conan Chop Chop was originally planned for September 3. However, the game was pushed back to Q1 2020 with the team wanting to add online multiplayer.

Here’s an overview of Conan Chop Chop as well as the latest trailer:

Conan Chop Chop is seeing a delay. The action-adventure roguelike will now launch in Q1 2020, publisher Funcom and developer Mighty Kingdom have announced.

Funcom says that the two sides “decided to increase their investment in the project to deliver a bigger and better game.” As part of this, online multiplayer will be implemented.

Source: Funcom PR

Publisher Fumcom and developer Mighty Kingdom have announced Conan Chop Chop, a roguelike action adventure game set in the savage world of Conan the Barbarian. It will launch for Switch on September 3.

Here’s some additional information about the game plus a trailer: