Battered and broken, here lies the tear stained review for Darkest Dungeon II. Noted for its difficulty, is there enough balance and change to create a fresh take to the indie gem that came before it. Read on to find out.
Darkest Dungeon II
Red Hook Studios
Red Hook Studios
Red Hook Studios revealed the first DLC for Darkest Dungeon II. The Binding Blade will add two new heroes, plus a roaming mini-boss.
Chris suffers from “The Curse of the Steam Deck.” Kelley can’t pickpocket, so she mugs people at night. And Ryan likes practical grave robbers. Curl up in your clothmap quilt and enjoy our cozy ’60s demon world.
Phil laughs at stupid Diablo IV hardcore deaths. Kelley goes for the all cannon ending. Jason is depressed and wants to play Dirge of Cerberus. Ryan doesn’t have enough turn based RPGs in his life. Also, happy 100th birthday to Paw’s grandfather!
Phil wonders if you can pet the gator. Jason says that the wiener dog in a wheelchair is best companion. Kelley wishes there was CTRL+F in real life. Ryan wants a Trails of Cold Steel Wrestling Game.
After being in Early Access for a little over a year, Darkest Dungeon II has a full release date. The turn-based roguelike will fully launch on Steam and the Epic Games Store in a few months.
Darkest Dungeon II’s Early Access was always set for 2021 but now there’s a firm date. The game will be available just in time for Halloween.
We still don’t know much about Darkest Dungeon II. However, one of the things we do know is that an Early Access version will be available on the Epic Games Store next year.
A new Darkest Dungeon has been discovered, far off in the distance. It seems there are more depths to discover yet.