Night School Studio developer and publisher MWM Interactive announced “Oxenfree 2: Lost Signals”, which will be released this year for PC and Nintendo Switch. “Oxenfree 2: Lost Signals” takes place five years after the events of the original, and brings out an entirely new group of characters who make up the mysterious superhero thriller through their decisions in their own way. The first trailer can be seen for this.
Game description: “Oxenfree 2: Lost Signals is a story driven game that is influenced by player decisions. It tells the story of Riley, an environmental researcher who returns to her hometown Camena to investigate mysterious radio signals. He messes with the city’s electronic devices and implicates her in ghostly events.” “Lost Signals lures players with an exciting and original story in which they delve deeper and deeper into the supernatural secrets. The natural dialogue system is also present again and allows players to shape their gaming experience in a deeply personal and profound way.”
“I can’t describe in words how excited I am to finally be able to talk about Oxenfree 2: Lost Signals,” said Sean Crankle, co-founder and studio director at Knight School. “Oxenfree is very special to us and it has been a great experience for us to return to this world. We are very keen to welcome former players and invite newcomers to embark on an adventure with brand new characters, just like that honest stranger and personality, like the original.”
Ethan Stearns, Executive Vice President of MWM Interactive, said. “Oxenfree 2: Lost Signals builds on points that fans particularly valued in the original and at the same time, with a new story aligned with Oxenfree, it forms an entry point for those who haven’t played the first part.”