Maybe they’re adding more words to the title.

Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue, the latest collection of games from the Kingdom Hearts series from Square Enix, has been delayed until January 2017. The collection, which remasters the 3DS title Dream Drop Distance and brings in two new additions to the franchise (Kingdom Hearts χ Back Cover and Birth by Sleep-A Fragmentary Passage) was announced last year for a December 2016 worldwide release. In a Twitter post after the announcement at the Tokyo Game Show (as translated by Destructoid), director Tetsuya Nomura explained that the delay was a result of having to split his time between Kingdom Hearts 2.8 and the recently-delayed Final Fantasy XV. He also clarified that the game will be supported on Sony’s PS4 Pro console, which the company revealed this past week.

Someone should break the news to Arby’s.

On the plus side, alongside the announcement came a shiny new trailer, which you can check out below:

Kingdom Hearts 2.8 will now drop on January 12, 2017 in Japan and January 24, 2017 in North America and Europe.