The Android version is "almost done" and will be available from Google Play and the Amazon Appstore at some point next week.
Copyright: Imangi StudiosImangi co-founder Keith Shepherd did, however, warn Polygon that an actual launch date has not been set.
"With these things, you never know," explained Shepherd.
Built using the cross-platform Unity engine to make porting easier, the team hopes to avoid a repeat of the stability issues that plagued the original Temple Run on Android.
The sequel to the best-selling mobile release is currently free to download on iOS devices, and features the same tilting and swiping controls as the original.
The update includes improved visuals and animations, as well as a more 'fluid' environment, with curves and hills replacing the original's flat terrain and sharp corners, as well as ziplines and mine carts.
There are also four playable characters, each with their own attributes and upgradable abilities.
The original Temple Run was downloaded 2.5 million times on Christmas Day, and hit 100 million downloads in under a year of release.
> Download Temple Run 2 for iOS here
Watch a trailer for the original Temple Run below: