Hand-drawn visuals, an even more sophisticated steampunk universe, the same electrical polarization system that allows interaction with the environment thanks to electromagnetism: for sure, Teslagrad will have a sequel in continuity. The heroine named Lumina, however, seems to have new powers, such as the ability to transform herself into an electric arc to be able to dasher across a precipice or let yourself be led by an electric wire within reach.
If the concept was very classic ten years ago, when myriads of games mixing platform and puzzle were released following the success of Braid, Teslagrad 2 will have to do with the lack of competition in a now rarer genre. With two million copies sold for the first installment, the studio is betting on players’ desire to dive back into the very special universe of the franchise. It is also the occasion for the thinking head of the project, Peter Wingaard Meldahl, to concretize long-standing plans: “The story, gameplay, and mechanics have been running through my mind ever since we released the original, and it’s truly a fantastic feeling to see this dream come true.”
No more self-publishing on the program, this time the Norwegian studio has joined the services of Modus Games, for a spring 2023 release on PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One .
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