The Binding of Isaac: Repentance expansion has a late March 2021 release date

No regrets.

The Binding of Isaac: Repentance comes out 31st March 2021, developer Edmund McMillen has announced.

The "sequel sized" final expansion for the hugely popular roguelike hits PC via Steam then, with consoles to follow later.

The announcement was made via a new trailer, below, which is packed "with nods to the past, present and future", McMillen teased in a post on Steam.

On Twitter, McMillen answered some questions about this hotly-anticipated expansion, saying Repentance "will expand the game greatly, adding tons of new bosses, floors, alt paths, items, story elements, challenges and a few amazing characters".

The Binding of Isaac came out in September 2011 and helped spark a renewed interest in the roguelike genre. Eurogamer's The Binding of Isaac review came in at 9/10 (remember review scores?). Since then there have been expansions, a console release and spin-offs.

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