Deltarune: Chapter 3, 4 and 5 will be dating together and will not be free

Deltarune: Chapter 3, 4 and 5 will be dating together and will not be free


Deltarune: Chapter 3, 4 and 5 are in development at Toby Fox, who explained how his intention is to release them all together and for a total purchase price, so they won't be free like the first two chapters.

After the worldwide success with Undertale, which became part of the general videogame culture at this point, there was great curiosity for the new work of Toby Fox, who recently published his Deltarune project, divided into chapters.

Deltarune: Chapter 2 received a release date just this week and was made available on September 17, 2021.

As well as Chapter 1, which came out a couple of years ago on Nintendo Switch as well as on PC and PS4, its distribution is free, but it is a progressive introduction to the full game, which then will have a real standard price.

Trying to do a little 'to clarify the future of Deltarune, Toby Fox explained that he plans to release all subsequent parts of the game, namely Deltarune Chapter 3, 4, and 5 all at once, but there is still no precise release date or period for that.

The fixed idea, for the moment, it's just to release the three remaining chapters together and put them on sale at a price, therefore not for free: that will be the moment when the author "will ask the players to buy the game", explained Fox. The price is not yet known but it looks set to cost more than Undertale, which currently costs around € 15.

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‘Deltarune’ hits 100,000 concurrent players during free launch on Steam

After Toby Fox launched Deltarune Chapters One and Two for free on Steam and earlier in the week, the game was played by over 100,000 concurrent players on Steam over the weekend.

Following the surprise launch of Deltarune on Steam and, excited fans of “Undertale‘s parallel story” have flocked to the game in droves, making Deltarune one of the most-played Steam games this week.

As visible on SteamDB, yesterday (September 18), Deltarune achieved 102,916 concurrent players on Steam. The game currently has 24,904 players and is pulling ahead of games like Deathloop, Skyrim, and Red Dead Redemption 2. Furthermore, the site lists Deltarune as the highest trending game on Steam.

Over on, the site confirmed on Twitter that the overwhelming demand for Deltarune crashed the platform for around five minutes.

While Deltarune launched in other regions on September 17, timezone differences meant that the highly anticipated Chapter 2 only launched in the UK and other regions yesterday.

In a status update posted on the official Deltarune website, Toby Fox has said that Deltarune Chapter 2 was released for free because “the world has been really tough for everybody recently”, though asks that “if you can afford it, spend the money you saved from getting this game for free by supporting other indie devs”.

Fox adds that Deltarune Chapter 2 “is the biggest chapter in the entire game in many ways”.

For the future, Fox outlines that his next goal “is to complete Chapters 3, 4 and 5 for next time. Then, at that time I will ask for people to buy the game, at the price of the first 5 chapters (including 1 and 2)”. While Fox does not yet know the price, he confirms that Deltarune is “definitely going to cost more than Undertale“.

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