The second act of Kentucky Route Zero has been pushed out of its late-April release window and into mid-May. According to the studio's monthly newsletter, the delay was caused by an unexpected amount of work from the Independent Game Festival, distribution, and trouble-shooting for "a larger number of players than we anticipated."
The newsletter, reported by Polygon, states that the developer will be releasing screenshots through Twitter and Facebook. "It's looking really good though, and we're anxious to have it out in the world," Cardboard Computer wrote.
Cardboard has mentioned a three-month cycle for new episodes, which would place episode 3 in July, episode 4 in October, and the conclusion with episode 5 in January. The report didn't mention if this delay will impact the rest of the schedule. Given that it's only being pushed by two weeks, we doubt it.