The PS4 and Vita versions of Darkest Dungeon have been delayed.
Red Hook Games posted an update earlier today confirming the delays, as well as announcing the Linux release of the game. There was also an update on Kickstarter awards, Steam workshop, and new content for the game.
Originally, the PS4 and Vita versions were to release in late Spring/early Summer. Now the developer is aiming to get the games out for late July or August. In the update, the developer said:
We want to make sure that all of the Town Event contents we are working on now are solid for inclusion into the console release, as well as making sure it runs like butter and plays well with a controller.
In other Darkest Dungeon news, Town Events will be added to the game in mid-to-late May. Town Events are designed to add variety to the main town during the campaign, with All Saints Day given as one example. If this event triggers, the Abbey will go into a zealous celebration, making all treatments there free for the week. These events also have a higher chance of triggering if you complete certain quests.