If you've been waiting to start diving into dungeons on consoles, you will have to wait a little bit longer.
In a big update post on DarkestDungeon.com, many things were discussed about the game. To start, the game is officially out on Linux, much to the delight of the people behind the game. The person, yes person, responsible for the port is Aaron Melcher of Knockout Games.
They are also bringing Darkest Dungeon to the Mac Apple store later this week, due to some people preferring to buy things through that storefront.
Town Events were also announced, with the hopes to bring more content to the game. Town Events will add variety to the campaign and sometimes even relate to quests you could have. The special events will most likely launch in mid to late May, so keep an eye out for them.
Finally, sad news for console owners. While an official release date was never given for the PlayStation 4/Vita versions of Darkest Dungeon, we were told it would release sometime late spring/early summer. In the post, it was revealed those versions will be delayed. The reason being, they want the port to be as polished as possible, and have Town Events already implemented for console users to experience. An official release date wasn't stated, but the team is shooting for a late July or August release.