Oxenfree 2: Lost Signals developer Night School Studios has come up with a new way to introduce us to the opponents we’ll meet in the sequel, by patching them in the first game.
After the scary tweets and the recent update to the game on PC – and sadly, PC is the only place where you can experience it right now; Night School says it “hopes to bring it to other platforms” near future“- It looks like new fourth wall-breaking content is coming to the five-year-old horror game.
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PC players who have installed the update and are now jumping back to Oxenfree will see a number of new radio broadcasts indicating what’s to come in the highly anticipated sequel, informing that the new villains are so strong, They are retrospectively infiltrating the source code of the original game.
“We tried to stop it. We failed,” says the first in a series of excellent, and mysterious, tweets on the developer’s official Twitter. PCGN) “Signals are entering OXENFREE and we can’t block them, no matter how many patches or changes we make to the game. We’re in trouble. We all.”
Fully embracing the ARG world-building phenomenon, the messages are becoming even more distorted, including reactions from excited players on social media. The most recent reads: “If we’re going to defeat someone who attacks radio waves, we’re going to need your Halo. Harden Tower. Epiphasic Fields. Foyt Milner. Download this new patch, it’s out there, and let us know why.” What did you hear,” – while the most recent tweet says: “More signs. We can’t stop them. Need your help. 89.🁢 7 .”
“Five years after the events of Oxenfree, Riley returns to her hometown of Camena to investigate mysterious radio signals,” reads the sequel’s new Steam page. “What she gets is more than she bargained for.”
Oxenfree 2: Lost Signal is expected to be released in late 2022.
“The story starts off with a great start, introduces us to its fun cast and sets up the suspense,” we wrote Oxenfree Review of Gamesradar+ When it was released in 2016. “It is when the danger of the island begins to reveal itself that the narrative becomes less interesting.
“The early moments when the island begins to transform itself – with surreal images flashing across the screen, your radio distorted and scratch marks covering the borders, as if you’re stuck in a paused VHS tape – it’s really disturbing. are the ones.”
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