In a long gameplay video, Soul Hackers 2 reveals new game features, difficulty settings and more

In a long gameplay video, Soul Hackers 2 reveals new game features, difficulty settings and more

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  • The aforementioned safe house looks like it’ll act as a hub for your team before you go dungeon-diving. You can prepare for missions by eating meals, or talk to your buddies. It also sounds like New Game + will offer additional content should you decide to start a second playthrough. The website mentions “new requests that allow you to fight stronger enemies”. Cool! Soul Hackers 2’s PS5 and PS4 release date is rapidly approaching. The neon-tinged title is still set to launch in just over a month, on the 24th August. Are you looking forward to this one? Recruit some demons in the comments section below.

  • A new trailer for the upcoming RPG Soul Hackers 2 is up, and in its lengthy seven-minute runtime, it covers a variety of topics. Even though the entire thing is in Japanese, it’s simple enough to understand what is being portrayed (and thanks Gematsu for the English transcription, which you can find by enabling subtitles on the video). A “safe house” system that allows you to gather with your party members, a New Game + mode that lets you carry over progress from a finished game, and the option of three different difficulty levels—easy, normal, and hard—are the key highlights of the movie. As free DLC, a fourth setting—very hard—will be made available.

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