Among the new reveals and updates on the development of popular games, Ori and the Will of the Wisps was one of the unfortunate titles to receive a slight bump to its original release date.
The follow-up to the massively popular platform-adventure would launch on Feb. 11, 2020, but the newest trailer for the game revealed that it will now be coming out on March 11.
There have been two delays now since the development team announced it in 2017. After moving out of its original 2019 release window, it will now launch in a crowded window following its move into that March spot between games like Final Fantasy VII Remake, Animal Crossing: New Horizon, and DOOM Eternal.
There is no word on just why the game’s released moved up a month, but the game looks incredible, and any time Moon Studios needs to take to make sure it puts out the best product possible will be worth it. And if that means fans have to wait until March 11, then so be it.