Afro Samurai 2: Revenge of Kuma Is Now Available On The PC

Redacted Studios in partnership with Versus Evil today announced the launch of Afro Samurai 2: Revenge of Kuma, Volume 1. Afro Samurai 2: Revenge of Kuma, Volume 1 is the first of three distinct volumes that will be released, each with its own new story arch, characters and combat styles to master, plus original soundtracks by up and coming indie hip hop artists that have been mentored by music producer and rapper RZA of the legendary Wu-Tang Clan.

Dave Robinson, President and Lead Producer on the game, said:

“Having worked on the original Afro Samurai video game, I am thrilled that we were able to collaborate with the same creative team once again to bring this vision to life. Having original creator Takashi Okasaki, music director RZA as well as some of the original acting talent, like Phil Lamar involved has been a blessing and we’ve been humbled by their commitment to this franchise. It’s been a labour of love for all involved and we really think that fans world-wide will truly appreciate and love where we have taken this story.”

A PC bundle of all three volumes is available to purchase for $34.99 on PC. Volumes 1, 2 and 3 will be sold separately as they become available for an SRP of $14.99 on all platforms.

Steve Escalante, General Manager at Versus Evil, added:

“As an indie publisher, it’s not every day that you get to launch a game with an indie studio that folds in a manga license with a cult following, supported by a music icon RZA and a 15 time NY Times bestselling author Jim DeFelice. However, the indie team at Redacted Studios proved they had the passion and determination to do it justice and we are incredibly proud to be able to launch this game with them. Afro Samurai will be our first multi-platform launch and we are excited to get this onto the big screens at home.”

Afro Samurai 2 Launch Trailer

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