Abbey Video games unveils sequel to god simulation sport ‘Reus’

Written by Jeff Lampkin

Abbey Video games has formally revealed {that a} sequel to its indie god sim Reus is “on the way in which,” nearly a full decade after the unique got here out for Home windows PCs. The unique sport obtained principally favorable critiques after it shipped, and the developer bought over a million copies worldwide. Abbey Video games founders Maarten Wiedenhof, Manuel Kerssemakers and Adriaan Jansen mentioned: “The unique Reus is a decade outdated, and far has modified within the gaming world. We’re excited to deliver Reus 2 to this new period, and present what it could deliver to all those that wish to create their very own excellent world!” 

In Reus 2, gamers may have the power to create a number of planets as their elemental large god characters. They’ll form these planets nonetheless they wish to see how the folks that dwell there would react to the distinctive landscapes that encompass them and the challenges they encounter. And by “challenges they encounter,” we imply regardless of the participant decides to place them by way of. Hey, it is a god sim — gamers can select to make it simple for the folks dwelling on one planet after which put one other planet’s inhabitants by way of the wringer. They’ll even stage an apocalypse and begin anew. Aren’t you glad we’re not dwelling in a simulation? (…Or are we?)

The developer says Reus 2 continues to be at present in improvement. It would not have a launch date but, however these can now add it to their Steam wishlist

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