The new game will feature improved graphics, new character classes, crafting and multiplayer support for 4 people.
Lovecraft’s Untold Stories (not to be confused with No Code’s Stories Untold) is an action rogue light game with RPG mechanics. Among its locations are gloomy Victorian mansions and abandoned hospitals – all in the best traditions of Lovecraft. In fact, there is more action in the game than meets the eye. The atmosphere of “madness” is perfectly complemented by the incessant rains and crazy old people found at every step. Users seem to have liked all this – almost five hundred positive reviews and a high rating of the game on Steam speak for themselves.
With all of the above, Lovecraft’s Untold Stories 2 was predictable. The second part will have similar gameplay with an improved visual style, six playable characters and a multiplayer mode for four people. In addition, using blueprints and resources, players will be able to create weapons, clothing and other ammunition.
In typical Lovecraftian games, the narrative moves very slowly, allowing you to feel the entourage of gradually approaching madness. But Lovecraft’s Untold Stories 2 doesn’t get any worse. For example, the games in the XCOM series are a new look at ancient myths and legends, and the adventure game Call of the Sea, although inspired by the works of Lovecraft, is not a horror. So anything can happen.
Lovecraft’s Untold Stories 2, with three character classes out of the six promised, will hit Early Access on Steam on October 28th. The gameplay of the game can be seen in the video attached below.