After its announcement throughout our E3 2019 VR Showcase earlier within the yr, Funds Cuts 2: Mission Insolvency is ready for launch on December 12.
The sport will launch with help for the Rift, Index and Vive and is a continuation of the unique Funds Cuts title from final yr.
The unique recreation spent two years in improvement earlier than launch, and consequently the sequel will lower down on improvement time by constructing on the unique and refining the stealth gameplay, whereas including some new mechanics as effectively.
In his overview of the unique Funds Cuts recreation, Jamie thought the sport was numerous enjoyable but in addition had some criticisms. “At its finest, Funds Cuts is a gleeful stealth playground that thrives on the spontaneity it calls for of gamers,” he wrote. “Nevertheless it’s a recreation that may additionally succumb to the load of its lofty ambitions, continuously wrestling with irritating bugs, imperfect programs and arising gentle on content material.”
Nevertheless, the excellent news is that Jamie additionally went fingers on with a pre-alpha construct of Funds Cuts 2 again in June and numerous his criticisms of the primary recreation appear to have been addressed within the sequel. “Within the hour I’ve performed, I’ve discovered a recreation freed from the frustrations of the primary, one which lastly let me embrace the fun of the mechanics Neat has been engaged on for thus very lengthy.”
There are additionally some new weapons and new environments within the sequel, which goal to combine issues up regardless of the visible similarities to the primary recreation.
Funds Cuts 2 is out there to wishlist on Steam and pre-order on the Oculus Retailer now for $29.99.