Undead Horde 2: Necropolis, an upcoming RPG–RTS hybrid, has been announced by the Finnish indie game studio 10tons. The game is a follow-up to their well-liked game, Undead Horde. The early access version of Undead Horde 2: Necropolis will be made available by the studio in late 2022 and the complete version will release the following year.
PCs, Current-gen consoles, and upcoming consoles will all be able to play Undead Horde 2: Necropolis. A mobile game version will also be launched a few months after it debuts on the primary target platforms. At a later date, the studio will reveal the date along with the specifics of the game.
Undead Horde 2: Necropolis will feature bigger maps, a new gameplay system, and exciting features
2019 saw the debut of the first game in the Undead Horde series. The action RPG was one of the studio’s best-selling games, which inspired the team to perform well for the next sequel. The players will see certain updates and enhancements in it compared to the prior one. The project leader of Undead Horde 2, Sampo Töyssy, noted that players will have more control over their experience and can customize the makeup of their armies to suit their preferences.
As a zombie monarch whose city has been devastated by a terrible onslaught by the living, players in Undead Horde 2: Necropolis begin the game. It’s time to use the army of summoned undead to retake their territory, Necropolis, and rebuild it.
In order to save Necropolis, players will be able to level up and command over 100 legions of the undead. Players will need to open up new abilities, upgrades, and powers on the quest to save the zombie souls. The Raise Wheel which allows players to raise and add any army class to their army is another intriguing feature.
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