Unexplored 2: The Wayfarer’s Legacy Revealed, Demo Out Now (VIDEO)

Unexplored 2: The Wayfarer's Legacy Revealed, Demo Out Now (VIDEO)

2017 roguelike RPG Unexplored already dazzled with its distinct visual style and dungeon-crawling gameplay, but it appears developer Ludomotion is going even further with their upcoming sequel Unexplored 2: The Wayfarer’s Legacy. Revealed at E3 2019, the follow-up was officially unveiled to the public, showing off the game’s colorful new art style and wide-scale fantasy adventure.

The unique world of Unexplored 2 was featured in a new trailer, the debuting gameplay depicting all the imaginative exploration, strange creature encounters, and puzzle solving in store for the the vibrant cell-shaded title. Check out the trailer below along with the game’s official description from Steam.

Unexplored 2: The Wayfarer’s Legacy is a roguelite action-RPG and prodigious sequel to the critically acclaimed indie gem, Unexplored. Leave the Dungeon of Doom behind and venture into a vast, wondrous world as you embark on a heroic quest to destroy the mysterious Staff of Yendor.

Explore beautiful landscapes and discover hidden marvels. Encounter magical creatures and dangerous foes. Make brave choices and put your faith in good fortune. Featuring a unique legacy system, advanced procedural generation technology, and rich, generative storytelling, Unexplored 2: The Wayfarer’s Legacy is an adventure like no other.”

In addition to the game’s reveal, an Alpha demo for Unexplored 2 is currently available to play via Open Access on crowdfunding site Fig. As the game is still in “very early in development,” backers of the early-access campaign are assured access to the Alpha, as well as a bevy of game updates such as new creatures and challenges upon crossing the appropriate milestones. The game’s campaign video can be viewed below.

Unexplored 2: The Wayfarer’s Legacy is expected to release for PC sometime in 2020.

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