Oxenfree II sortira en Juillet.

# Supernatural Summer with Oxenfree II: Lost Signals

Are you ready for a spine-chilling gaming experience this summer? Nintendo has announced that after some delays, Oxenfree II: Lost Signals is finally launching on July 12th. This horror-adventure game, developed by Night School Studio, is coming to the Switch, Steam, PlayStation consoles, and even Netflix.

# A Sequel to the Creepy and Innovative 2016 Game

Lost Signals is the sequel to the 2016 adventure game Oxenfree, which received critical acclaim for its creepy atmosphere and innovative dialogue system. With similar vibes to Stranger Things, Oxenfree had players engaging in natural-sounding conversations with their in-game companions.

The sequel moves the story forward five years, with protagonist Riley returning to her hometown of Camena to investigate strange electromagnetic waves. You’ll be able to communicate with supernatural entities by tuning the radio and even manipulate the game world itself. But be careful, as a shadowy cult is trying to open a reality-altering portal. You can also use the new walkie-talkie conversation system to connect with locals while exploring the town.

# A Noteworthy Release, Especially with Netflix’s Involvement

Lost Signals is not just noteworthy as a sequel to an already impressive game; it also marks Night School Studio’s first release since being acquired by Netflix. This acquisition was part of Netflix’s continued push into the gaming industry, as they look to expand their offerings in the digital space.

If you want to try the original Oxenfree game, it’s available on mobile for Netflix subscribers.

So get ready for a supernatural summer with Oxenfree II: Lost Signals. Whether you’re playing on the Switch, Steam, PlayStation, or Netflix, Night School Studio’s latest offering is sure to give you goosebumps.

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