Oxenfree II: Lost Signals has been announced! The game was announced at the Nintendo Indie World Showcase. The first Oxenfree originally dropped in 2016, with a 2017 release for iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch. So, it’s safe to say this sequel is definitely long awaited.

OXENFREE II: Lost Signals is a player-driven narrative game. It follows the story of Riley, an environmental researcher. When Riley returns to her hometown, Camena, it is to investigate mysterious radio frequency signals. These signals have been causing disturbances in electronic equipment throughout the town. However, things aren’t quite what they seem.

This sequel will offer players an exciting and original story as they dive deeper into a paranormal mystery. In addition to this, it features Night School Studio’s signature, naturalistic dialogue system, players will shape their experiences in personal and profound ways.

Never will I forget the experience that was playing the first game. It was actually the first game I ever played through in one sitting. The story was enthralling. The characters enrapturing. Above all though, it simply worked. Admittedly, even though this sequel is highly anticipated, I didn’t expect it. However, I am beyond excited.

Although a release date is not fully set, the game is slated for Fall of this year. If game one is anything to go by, you won’t want to miss this.

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