Next week the sequel to the very good Hand of Fate comes out. I’ve been spending some time with the sequel, and you can check out 30 minutes of that here.
I’ll have some fuller thoughts on the Brisbane-made deck builder/roguelike/third-person action game/cursing simulator next week. Until then, however, I can show off one of the encounters, which includes a bloke looking for his wife while getting kidnapped by skeletons a lot.
The video gives you a good idea of the new class system, some of the new encounters and the change of flow from the first Hand of Fate to the sequel. All in all, it’s good fun, although I wish Oswin would take personal defence a little more seriously.
Hand of Fate 2 launches November 7 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.