Oxenfree 2: Lost Signals remains delayed to 2023, its developer Night School Studio has announced. “To make Oxenfree II truly special while increasing the localizations, we’re moving our release window to 2023,” the developer’s statement reads. “Thank you for that persistence, support, and understanding. We can’t wait to speak about the game together with you. Keep tuned in!”
This really is really the 2nd major delay to own hit the follow-up for the acclaimed 2016 adventure horror game. Lost Signals was announced in 2021 and planned for release later that year. But merely a few short several days later the game’s developers announced a delay to “early 2022.” No specific reason was presented with for your delays beyond making sure the game is “the experience we’re feeling it must be.”
Set five years following a original game, Oxenfree 2 follows new protagonist Riley as she returns to her hometown to analyze some mysterious radio signals that appear eerily similar to individuals within the original game. The game is presently scheduled to be sold on Home home windows, Mac, Ps consoles, as well as the Nintendo Switch. Although a mobile version does not have been formally announced, we’d be very surprised whether or not this didn’t also finish on android and ios since mobile gaming-focused Netflix has become its author.