The Surge 2 is under development

Feb 09, 2018, 04:53
The Surge 2 is under development

The Surge is a series set in a sci-fi universe belonging to the kind of souls-like games, or those role-playing games with a large component of action in which death plays a fundamental role in the game mechanics. That's why I was happy when Deck13 and Focus Home Interactive announced today that they have partnered up once again to create The Surge 2, which will release sometime in 2019. Well, developer Deck13 has another chance to get it right with The Surge 2. More details are expected to be share in the coming days. Deck13's engine will take care of all that, and as Focus Home Interactive claimed, there will be an expanded limb targeting system, for which players find quite surprising. Whereas the original game had a more narrow focus on its setting, this new title will apparently include "a sprawling, devastated city with larger and more ambitious level design".

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For the combat system, it uses a dynamic limb-targeting combat system as well as finishing moves to target and destroy enemies. Those who thought about this title will be happy to find out that there may be hope yet for fundamental improvements because the developer and publisher have now confirmed that they're working on a new title aptly called The Surge 2. The game itself is scheduled for a 2019 release on the Xbox One.

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Simply put, the second game will expand on the first Surge's combat system.

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More information about The Surge will be revealed at the French press event Le What's Next de Focus in Paris, so stay tuned for more.

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