Devel­op­er Ember Lab has announced anoth­er delay for the adven­ture game Kena: Bridge of Spir­its. It’s now set to launch on Sep­tem­ber 21st.

This was revealed on the game’s offi­cial Twit­ter account, were Ember Lab stat­ed the stu­dio has been “work­ing extreme­ly hard” on Kena: Bridge of Spir­its, but they need extra time to “pol­ish the game across all plat­forms.” The game was orig­i­nal­ly sup­posed to launch on August 24th, less than a month away. The addi­tion­al time will be “crit­i­cal to ensure the best expe­ri­ence pos­si­ble,” Ember Lab explained in their statement.

This is Kena’s third delay, and is just anoth­er game in a long list of titles that have been pushed back this year. Most­ly, the delays are due to the coro­n­avirus pandemic.

There are plen­ty of oth­er big games com­ing out in August, includ­ing 12 Min­utes (August 19th), Ghost of Tsushi­ma Direc­tor’s Cut (August 20th), Psy­cho­nauts 2 (August 25th) and No More Heroes 3 (August 27th). Of course, there are many titles releas­ing in Sep­tem­ber as well, so these cou­ple of months will be busy times for gamers.

Kena: Bridge of Spir­its will be releas­ing on PlaySta­tion 4, PlaySta­tion 5, and PC