The Game Awards had a lot of intriguing announcements, and Remnant 2 was one of the new games showcased. Remnant 2 is the follow-up to Remnant: From the Ashes, an action-adventure shooter released in 2019. The game was a commercial success, selling over 3 million copies as of December 2021.
In Remnant: From the Ashes, players can select from a variety of classes and weaponry, each concentrating on a different gameplay style. Users can then enhance their weapons and armor before venturing into the perilous realm and encountering various enemies. While Remnant may be played solo, it places a greater emphasis on cooperative play, as players must work together to face the several hard bosses scattered around the area. Gunfire Games has now unveiled the full sequel, Remnant 2, along with an intriguing new teaser.
The Remnant 2 announcement trailer features several gameplay samples that introduce the game’s adversaries, bosses, and stages.
It demonstrates the enormous variety of enemies that gamers will face during their playthroughs, and the boss bouts look equally intriguing. Remnant 2 appears to have a large number of areas for players to explore. The trailer concludes with footage of what appears to be a big story boss, and the description confirms a release date of 2023.
Fans should be aware that Remnant 2 will only be accessible on PC and current-gen consoles, excluding the PS4 and Xbox One. This hopefully means that the production team will be able to produce a game that takes full advantage of the PS5 and Xbox Series X without being hampered in any way by previous-generation systems.
Remnant 2 has multiple quest lines, several crafting choices, and a strong emphasis on loot as players battle swarms of foes in randomly created levels. Overall, Remnant 2 appears to follow the same blueprint as Remnant: From the Ashes rather than pursuing the sequel in an entirely different route.
Remnant: From the Ashes gets a free next-gen upgrade for PS5 and Xbox Series X, providing customers the option of playing in 4K quality at 30 FPS or 60 FPS. Remnant 2 will most likely offer identical visual options, but fans will have to wait for confirmation because certain current-generation games do not support 60 frames per second.
Remnant 2 is set to launch on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S in 2023.