Posted on September 23, 2013 AT 01:21pm
Rogue Legacy‘s Mac and Linux release is “very close,” developer Cellar Door Games informed Joystiq.
“We’re still working on another patch for Rogue Legacy. It hit a few snags, but we really want to get some extra content out for those people who are interested, “Cellar Door Games’ Teddy Lee told Joystiq. “And we’ve also been discussing what our future project is going to be, but we haven’t gone forward with anything just yet.”
According to Lee, the Mac and Linux releases could see an additional delay if Cellar Door decides to include the content from their new patch.
Rogue Legacy is a platformer with the randomly generated dungeons and permadeath of a roguelike. Every time a character dies, they are succeeded by a randomly generated heir. Their heirs can possess genetic defects that change up the game in unique ways, such as a black-and-white presentation for characters with color blindness or faster movement for characters possessing ADHD.
During Gamescom 2013 in August, Sony revealed that Rogue Legacy is also headed to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in 2014, and would be available to PS Plus members for free when it launches.
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