Developer Edmund McMillen has announced that "sequel-sized" final expansion The Binding of Isaac: Repentance will be releasing on Steam on March 31 of this year.
Following a trailer announcing the date, McMillen said on Twitter that the DLC will "expand the game greatly" and add "tons of new bosses, floors, alt paths, items, story elements, challenges and new characters" to the popular roguelike shumup. The reason given for the pack missing the previously touted "end of the year" goal was that the team "wanted stuff to be perfect and it took longer than expect (sic)" as well as to ensure more testing.
A version will also be released for consoles, although McMillen couldn't say for which ones yet as he didn't know which had been announced at the time of writing. However, they want them done "asap" so hopefully it shouldn't be too long following the PC release date.
For now, you can check out the trailer below ahead of The Binding of Isaac Repentance setting up for launch on Steam on March 31, 2021.