You’re going to have to save your appetite. There’s another Everyday: Today’s Menu for the Emiya Family delay. It not only won’t make 2020, but now we don’t even have an exact release date window for when the Cooking Mama-like cooking sim starring Shirou Emiya, Saber, Rin Tohsaka, and Sakura Matou will debut.
At the very least, we do have a general idea why the game was pushed back again. Both the tweet announcing it, one of the few tweets that appeared since the North American localization announcement, and official site said it is a quality control issue. The goal is to release the best game possible. The previous delay was a result of extenuating circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
While people do have to wait to play through the game, they don’t have to enjoy its story in other ways. Both the manga and the anime series have been localized. The fourth volume of the manga launched in English in October 2020, and both Crunchyroll and Funimation offer the 13-episode anime series to stream.
Everyday: Today’s Menu for the Emiya Family is in development for the Nintendo Switch. When it does appear, it will launch in both Japan and North America.