An April Fools joke will become reality in 2021.
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We already saw one delay for Conan Chop Chop, but now it's about time for a second delay. This hack-and-slash title from Funcom was first shown off as an April Fools joke that turned into a real thing once fans pushed for it back in 2019. The game was then slated for a February 25, 2020 release.

Well that date was then pushed back until the second quarter of 2020. Funcom revealed that the reason for the first delay was to add online multiplayer. It was then delayed again to a bit later in 2020. Afterwards, it was then pushed to an even later yet unspecified date in 2020. Now, it's out of 2020 entirely.

With a mere 15 days remaining here in this wonderful year that is 2020, Funcom announced that the game is just about finished, but not yet ready for release. As such, Conan Chop Chop has been pushed to an early 2021 release window.

Funcom says that "this time we mean it for real." They also note that the game has been expanded upon greatly since its first go. It now features local and online co-op, more randomized events, new traps, mini-bosses, and item combinations.

We'll be sure to keep you all updated on just what happens with Conan Chop Chop, be it another delay or the game's actual release. You can currently add the game to your Wishlist over on Steam.