Fans of the original Oxenfree game will be happy to hear that the sequel, Oxenfree II: Lost Signals, is finally launching on July 12 on Netflix, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PS5 and Steam. The game was originally scheduled to launch in 2022 but got delayed until 2023. In Lost Signals players take control of Alex Shepherd as she investigates the mysterious death of her friends on an island where supernatural beings known as the Greek Gods live. Players must explore terrifying dungeons and creepy cemeteries while trying to evade ghostly creatures.
Oxenfree II: Lost Signals will take players on a gripping narrative-driven adventure set five years after the events of the first game. The new cast of characters and original story will captivate fans of the first game, and continue to celebrate storytelling that is relatable and captivating.
As Riley Poverly begins to research the strange radio frequency signals causing electronic malfunctions in her hometown of Camena, she quickly discovers that something much larger is afoot- and extraterrestrial in origin. With the help of her old friends, she sets out to uncover the truth behind this mysterious activity and put an end to it before it destroys everything and everyone she knows.
Oxenfree II: Lost Signals will be the first title to feature localized interface and subtitle support for Arabic, Chinese (Simplified) , Chinese (Traditional), Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew. Hindi , Hungarian. Indonesian,. Italian,. Japanese,. Korean,. Malay. Norwegian Bokmål Polish. Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese. Romanian Spanish Spanish(Spain). Swedish Turkish Ukrainan
Netflix has been investing heavily in the video game industry over the past few years, as the streaming service looks to establish itself as a premier destination for gaming content. Night School Studio was one of the first studios that Netflix acquired, and since then, the streaming giant has acquired several other studios including Spry Fox, Next Games and Boss Fight Entertainment. In addition to establishing an internal games studio based in Helsinki, Finland led by Marko Lastikka, Netflix also opened a new gaming studio in Southern California last year.
Netflix is committed to offering top-quality games for its subscribers. With 40 games slated for release this year and 70 in development, the streaming service has a lot of content to offer its customers. In-house game studios are also developing 16 games, indicating that Netflix is constantly looking for new ways to engage its viewers.
Netflix’s foray into the video gaming industry has been a mixed bag so far. While they have released 55 titles since November 2021, their primary focus seems to be on mobile platforms. However, they are also investigating their own cloud streaming technology and maylaunch games this year using this technology. Nonetheless, Netflix’s current gaming strategy seems to be aimed more towards casual gamers rather than hardcore ones.