2020 is surely a year of game delays, and PQube announced another one. Zengeon Switch, PS4, and Xbox One versions were all due to come out this year. The Switch version was even supposed to appear this month, in September 2020. But now, the company confirmed that all Zengeon console ports will appear in 2021.
PQube didn’t announce a specific reason for the delay or cite the ongoing pandemic. In its Twitter announcement, it only noted it would be getting “extra development time.”
We’re sorry to announce that Zengeon has been delayed to 2021 to allow for extra development time across consoles.
We appreciate your understanding and patience. pic.twitter.com/A13pq6mC3b
— PQube Games (@PQubeGames) September 14, 2020
As mentioned earlier, originally the Switch version was supposed to be here on September 25, 2020. There was even a physical version with art cards up for pre-orders. The other Zengeon console ports had more tentative 2020 release windows.
Zengeon is immediately available on one platform. It can be found on Steamfor $19.99 for Windows and Macs. That version is playable in English, Japanese, Korean, and both Simplified and Traditional Chinese.
Zengeon Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One versions will arrive sometime in 2021. The PC version of the roguelite is immediately available.