Streets of Rogue 2 release date set for August

Streets of Rogue 2

Publisher tinyBuild and developer Matt Dabrowski announced a release date for Streets of Rogue 2, their ambitious pixelated sandbox game sequel.

Streets of Rogue 2 is launching for Windows PC via Steam early access on August 14th.

Here’s a rundown on the previously announced game, plus a new trailer:

Streets of Rogue 2 invites you to a living, unpredictable open world where anything is possible. Go solo or team up with friends and embark on a wild adventure to take down a corrupt president – any way you want!

If you love freedom-focused, story-generating sandbox games like Rimworld, Valheim, Stardew Valley, Kenshi, Terraria, or Dwarf Fortress, you’ll feel right at home in Streets of Rogue 2. This is an engrossing, uncompromising, systems-driven experience that allows players to interact with the world in countless fun ways.

Streets of Rogue 2 evolves the ultimate freedom of choice that made the first game a cult hit. This ambitious sequel is being developed with years of valuable community feedback in mind, to create the most open-ended and fun experience possible by blending a deep, endlessly replayable roguelike formula with RPG elements and immersive sim creativity. The game features dozens of classes with unique traits and playstyles, a vast arsenal of weapons and gadgets, destructible buildings, and a variety of vehicles to hijack. It’s a massive playground where you can be who you want and create whatever brand of chaos you choose!

Your goal is to overthrow a corrupt president and take the reins of the entire county, either solo or with friends via local and online co-op. How you do it is completely up to you. Want to be a soldier, a cop, a scientist, a hacker, or a ninja? Pick from loads of unique characters or create your own, and go bananas in an expansive open world. Hire a mercenary army and plan a coup. Stage a zombie virus outbreak. Break into the mayor’s office and take them hostage. Build a huge farm and become a business force to be reckoned with. Summon ancient vampires and bribe them to help you. Or just chill out, enjoy the good vibes, and totally ignore the main quest!

The procedurally-generated map of Streets of Rogue 2 is more than 10,000 times the size of a level from the first game. The world features a vast variety of locations, a fully destructible environment, and a ton of crazy side activities to do. Neon-lit cities, serene countryside, mysterious caves, sunlit islands, creepy graveyards – explore this lively world, engage with its quirky inhabitants controlled by advanced AI, and create your own adventure, guaranteed to be unique each time you play!

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