Abbey Games has confirmed that a sequel to its indie god simulator Reus is “on the way,” almost a full decade after the first game came out for Windows PCs. When the first game came out, it got mostly good reviews, and the developer sold over a million versions all over the world.
Maarten Wiedenhof, Manuel Kerssemakers, and Adriaan Jansen, who started Abbey Games, said –
“The original Reus is a decade old, and much has changed in the gaming world. We're excited to bring Reus 2 to this new era, and show what it can bring to all those who want to create their own perfect world!”
In Reus 2, players will be able to use their elemental giant god figures to make more than one planet. They can change these planets in any way they want to see how the people who live there respond to the different settings and problems they face.
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And by “challenges they encounter,” we mean whatever the player chooses to put them through. Hey, it's a god simulation, so players can choose to make life easy for people on one planet and hard for people on another. They can even fake the end of the world and start over.
The maker says that Reus 2 is still being made. It hasn't come out yet, but if you're interested, you can now follow us on Twitter and we'll let you know as soon as we have news.