Bandai Namco has been no stranger to delays this year, and here’s another one. Digimon Survive, a turn-based tactical game with visual-novel loveliness, is now aiming for a 2021 release window.

In a message on Twitter, producer Kazumasa Habu said that “current world events have shifted our development timing and we have made the difficult decision to push Digmon Survive‘s launch to 2021.”

He also thanked fans for their “continued patience” and promised “exciting updates” in spring 2021.

This isn’t the first time Digimon Survive has been pushed back. And actually, we even had a false alarm back in April when Weekly Famitsu printed a “TBA” error instead of the then-“2020” release date.

One of these days, Agumon. One of these days.

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