Double Fine shows off first playable level of Psychonauts 2

Matt Sayer 6 October 2017 NEWS

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It's still early days, but the game is looking pretty slick already.

In keeping with Double Fine's transparent approach to game development, the studio has released a new video showing off the first playable section of its highly anticipated comedic platformer Psychonauts 2.

The ever-lovable Tim Schafer stresses that the game is still very much in a pre-alpha state, with nothing final in the build that he's showing off. Nevertheless, the game looks fantastic already, with bigger, more-detailed environments than its predecessor along with an intriguing experience system and a raft of new psychic abilities Raz can use to get around the world.

Double Fine is aiming for a 2018 release for Psychonauts 2 on PS4, Xbox One and PC.

In other adventure game news, footage of a prototype version of The Witcher recently surfaced.


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