Undertale sequel Deltarune gets stealth release… maybe

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Deltarune – it’s certainly something

After days of teasing some kind of Undertale annoucement Toby Fox has released Deltarune – but nobody’s sure exactly what it is.

Undertale is one of the most successful and beloved indie games of the last few years, but because of its indie status there was never any guarantee of a sequel.

There still might not be but creator Toby Fox has uploaded something online, which seems to be either a teaser for a follow-up or maybe the actual game itself.

Whatever it is it definitely seems to be set in the Undertale universe, although this time above ground. Since it only just went live nobody seems to have got to the end yet so it’s not clear how long it is or if it will reveal exactly what’s going on by the end.

Deltarune – is it a full game or just a teaser?

The game (or whatever it is) was teased via the Undertale Twitter account, which invited fans to visit the website Deltarune.com – an obvious anagram of Undertale.

The site itself is pretty scary as it’s filled with Malware style warnings about security protocols and not discussing ‘the program’ for 24 hours.

Update: It’s since come to light that uninstalling the game will delete everything in that folder, which could have disastrous consequences if you installed it somewhere other than the default. This doesn’t seem to have been an intended feature though, as Toby Fox has already tweeted a warning:

If you do dare to install it and start playing then there’s a character creator to play around with before you start, that has an amusing twist, and new battle screens.

Whether the events of the story are set before or after Undertale is unclear, but hopefully someone will finish it soon and find out for sure.

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