Rune 2 looks better than ever in its latest gameplay trailer

Human Head Studios has released a brand new trailer for Rune 2 (previously known as Rune: Ragnarok). Fortunately, the game looks better than ever in this latest gameplay trailer, something that may please the fans of this series. Unfortunately, though, Rune 2 will be coming exclusively on the Epic Games Store.

In Rune 2, the trickster god Loki has devised a way to control the flow of time, allowing him the power to continuously reset Ragnarok. This creates a perpetual cycle of chaos and destruction where each time Ragnarok restarts, a new age begins with different obstacles and dangers.

Inspired by the original Rune (2000), Rune 2 is set in a dangerous Norse universe during Ragnarok, the end of days, where beasts and the last remaining humans alike struggle to survive.

“You have been chosen by the gods to be Midgard’s savior – receive their blessings and powerful abilities as you endeavor to end Ragnarok. Race against time to prevent the trickster Loki and his minions from destroying Midgard as he keeps the world in a perpetual state of chaos. Alone or with friends, you will battle legions of Loki’s minions in brutal melee combat, travel the world collecting rare resources, locate precious artifacts to weaken the Realm Gate and craft the mightiest weapons the Nine Realms have ever seen.”

The game is currently scheduled for a Summer 2019 release on the PC.

Enjoy!

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