Curve Studios has hit a small bump in the road while on the way to releasing the Titan Invasion game bundle this coming May. The process of porting Revenge of the Titans to the PS3, PS4, and PS Vita is taking slightly longer than they had originally anticipated. So to solve this problem, they have decided to break up the bundle and release each of the Titan games as a stand alone release. Each game will be priced at half of what was originally planned (which is still unknown) so buying them separately should not cost any more. Titan Attacks! will be released in early May with Revenge of the Titans to come out at an unspecified date later on.

Curve Studios first announced the  Titan Invasion pack in February. You can read our original preview coverage here.

Curve Studios had the following to say on their company blog:

“We announced our ‘Titan Invasion’ pack in February, a combination of the games ‘Revenge of the Titans’ and ‘Titan Attacks!’ – Our plan was to bring out both games as a single pack around May this year on PlayStation 3, 4 and Vita.

Unfortunately porting across Revenge of the Titans from its original Java code to PlayStation consoles is simply taking a little longer than we had hoped, so we’re instead going to release them as separate games, with Titan Attacks! being released in early May as a standalone title for half the price we had planned for the original pack.

This way we’ve still got an excellent game to release right now while we look at how long Revenge of the Titans will take to finish and polish up, rather than delaying both titles without being able to provide a solid release date.”

  • Lester Paredes

    Yay?

    • vongruetz .

      I see it as a wash- neither good nor bad. They had to decide whether to delay both games or break up the bundle. They chose the latter. The price will end up being the same to get both games.
      The people at Curve Studios do a great job at porting games. Just look at Thomas Was Alone, Lone Survivor, and Stealth Inc. They have a lot of experience putting out very well made ports for the Vita. I’d rather they delay and do this than put out a non-working game.

      • Lester Paredes

        You make very cogent and sensible arguments. I will concede to your way of thinking and consider this a good thing also. Please replace my questionably unenthusiastic”Yay?” With a more emphatic and happier: “Yay!

        • vongruetz .

          I award you with +2 points for using the word “cogent.”