After its revamped campaign launched on the Epic Games Store in September, Rune II is heading to Steam. The Decapitation Edition will launch next month.
Despite the original developer closing down when the game launched, Rune II is getting a major update. The update will launch next week and includes a revamp of the main campaign, including new dungeons and more.
Human Head Studios’ Rune II is out now for PC on the Epic Games Store. Following the launch, the developer announced it is closing down, though its staff will be joining a new studio under Bethesda.
When Ragnarok threatens the world, the god’s selected champion must venture out and put a stop to the end of days. Rune II allows players to select a deity to follow and have godlike powers bestowed upon them.
In not remotely surprising news, Loki is causing chaos. The latest trailer for Rune II highlights his latest meddling, which is causing Ragnarok to reset.
Human Head Studios has announced that its sequel to 2000 title Rune will, strangely enough, be called Rune II. The developer also revealed that the game will be released this summer on the Epic Games Store.
Turns out the only thing worse than the end of days is the prospect of being trapped in an apocalypse time loop by a mad god. Players can put an end to Ragnarok when Rune enters Steam Early Access this September.