Supernatural adventure sequel Oxenfree II: Lost signal The developers of Night School Studio have announced its release date again next year. Oxenfree II’s delay has been made public through a parcel on the company’s Twitter over the weekend. The game is being published by Netflix, the owner of Night School, who buying company last September.
Night School thanked everyone for their patience and explained the delay was because the team wanted to make Oxenfree II “the best game possible”. The developers say they are also aiming to create more localization for the game. The old Oxenfree II was disclosure in April 2021, and is set five years after the events of the first game. It follows researcher Riley and her best friend Jacob, as they merge through time and encounter a strange cult. Of course, those nasty radio signals are back again.
Alice Bee has gone practice with Oxenfree II in June. She thinks it’s even spookier than the first game thanks to its characters being adults this time, and partly because of the time travel freak. She said: ‘All my climbs down ropes and up stone walls were in vain, but by manipulating the radio waves, I was able to step over a tear and return to the past. . color, mine is still active and I can use the currently active lift to get out of there. ”
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The release window of Oxenfree II: Lost Signals is currently around 2023. The game will be available on SteamNintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 and 5 when it comes out.