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Unexplored, the twin-stick action-RPG roguelite, will be continued in the second part as revealed at this year’s E3 PC Gamer Show. The next chapter is called Unexplored 2: The Wayfarer’s Legacy.
The game will feature a cel-shaded look and a 3D world viewed from above. You’ll get to explore snowy wastes, афсу giant enemies, deal with fast combat and mystical machinery. Basically, it’s just a beautiful game we’re excited about.
“We want to put the adventure first, and really try to double down on the sense of narrative and accomplishing this thing,” stated creator Joris Dormans. “That’s one of the things that I really love about roguelikes: If you pull off a win, it really is your win. It’s not just the hoops that we set up for you to jump through. It’s your story. And that story becomes so much more interesting if there are actually narrative choices in there, with consequences, with a history that you’ve built up with the world. What I hope is that when players beat the game for the first time… I almost want them to feel sorrow for having to leave that world behind, because they are invested in it. I don’t know if we can pull that off, but that’s a design target for me.” You can learn more in a story by PC Gamer here.
Unexplored 2 is available through open access on Fig starting today! The final launch on PC and consoles is set for 2020.