The second part in Double Fine’s Kickstarted adventure game Broken Age won’t be released until early 2015.
On the game’s public forums, senior publishing manager Greg Rice detailed the project’s current status.
The alpha version of the game is almost completely playable all the way through, Rice said. The team is hoping to finish the voice-acting and cut scenes to get the rest of the game ready for final beta testing.
“The game is looking really good and the team is working super fast, but we just gotta give the game the time it needs to really deliver on everything we’re hoping it will be,” he said.
Broken Age Act 1 has been available on PC, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android, and Ouya since January and it includes the eventual access to Act 2 in its $25 price.
Double Fine was one of the first developers to legitimize Kickstarter for games with its $3.3 million Broken Age campaign in 2012. As part of the campaign, development on the game is being documented through a film by 2 Player Productions, and you can get access to all past and future episodes for $10.