Lovecraft's Untold Stories 2 Next Month

Following its last minute delay, Lovecraft's Untold Stories 2 once again has a release date. The action/RPG sequel is now expected to begin telling its stories on September 13th. This will come to the Epic Games Store, GOG.com*, and Steam. In the meantime, Steam offers a playable demo. A new Meet Your Heroes Trailer ignores the old axiom to provide a new look at some gameplay. Here's more on the release plans:
Lovecraft’s Untold Stories 2 let’s players switch between 6 different characters which can be unlocked during their journey, each one with a different playstyle. Fan favourites from the previous instalment - the Detective, the Witch and the Professor – make their return, joined in their fight against the insanity of the Great Old Ones by the newcomers: Medium, Veteran and Alienist.

Lovecraft’s Untold Stories 2 continues the narrative of the cult classic first game, but this time players will continue the fight against the unknown with new elements like crafting - using blueprints and resources to create consumables and even new equipment. Reunite with old acquaintances and meet new characters, explore new procedurally generated locations, defend themselves against dozens of different enemies and face off against epic bosses. But beware… Lovecraft’s Untold Stories 2 is more challenging than ever before, and the tough nightmarish creatures opposing you will not give up easily!
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I'm not a diehard Lovecraft fanatic but I love cerebral, unsettling horror. Lovecraftian themes appeal to me because of how effectual they are. Concepts that creep you out long after you are done experiencing the media it is presented in. Seeing this post made me remember that I never made time for the original.
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