Developer Two Tribes has confirmed a slight delay to the release if Toki Tory 2+ on PC and Mac.
The game will now hit Steam on July 11 instead of the originally announced July 2 date. The developer doesn't offer a clear reason for the delay other than that "scheduling-wise it made more sense to go for the 11th".
The extra week will be put use for "more play testing and bug fixing," adds Two Tribes.
Toki Tori 2+ is the PC/Mac port of the Wii U platformer, Toki Tori 2, which released in early April. The additional '+' in the PC title is representative of new content that will be added to the PC version over the Wii U original.
PC gamers can look forward to a new level editor letting you create your own levels, and Steam Workshop integration which will allow you to share your creations with other players.
New achievements and additional puzzles will also be added to the PC version.
Two Tribes has also made several gameplay tweaks. A guide mechanic in early levels will help prevent gamers getting stuck too early in the game.
Levels will also contain new gates to "make sure you can reach your intended destination more efficiently". Navigation will also be tweaked, with an improved world map, along with new stand-out landmarks which will "help the player to better understand its position on the world map".
The game will cost $14.99/£12.99 which it arrives on Steam, with discounts for first-day buyers and 'loyalty coupons' being handed out for those who already own one or more of Two Tribes' previous Steam games.