Legend of Grimrock 2 Enters Beta Phase, Access To Be Given To A Select Few At Later Date

Almost Human has announced that their dungeon crawling sequel Legend of Grimrock 2 is now officially in beta. By reaching beta, the game now includes all game features, enemies and levels present in the final game.

Juho Salila of the Almost Human team said:

“We feel the game is like a raw diamond and now we’re concentrating fully on polishing every aspect of the game until everything is perfect and shining.”

The beta will be closed with access given to a carefully selected group of people. By keeping the beta closed, the developers at Almost Human believe they can personally interact with the testers much better and thus get better and more accurate feedback.

Almost Human has released a teaser video to celebrate that can be viewed below.

Legend of Grimrock 2 is a sequel to the chart-topping, critically acclaimed dungeon exploration role-playing game Legend of Grimrock that revived the dungeon crawling genre in 2012.

The game is a dungeon crawling game inspired by oldschool classics of the genre while still bringing its own twists to the game. The game features survival, combat, magic, puzzles and role-playing elements. The player controls a group of prisoners that have shipwrecked on a mysterious island of Nex.

The player’s mission is to form a team to help survive the ever present monsters and escape from the island. During the journey the player encounters mysterious puzzles, deadly traps, ancient tombs and horrible monsters summoned by the ominous presence on the island.

Legend of Grimrock 2 will be released as a digital download this fall for PC, followed by Mac version later in the year.

Enjoy!

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