Darkest Dungeon II Launches May 8

    A brutal turn-based RPG awaits.

    Red Hook Studios announced roguelike turn-based RPG Darkest Dungeon II launches on May 8 for PC via Steam and Epic Games Store. 

    The Darkest Dungeon II Steam demo is available now from February 6 to February 13 during Steam Next Fest. Players may explore one full region with four starting heroes in the Steam Next Fest demo. Progression will not be saved in the Darkest Dungeon II demo, and the demo does not support save data transfers to the full game.

    Here’s an overview of the game via Red Hook Studios:

    About Darkest Dungeon II 

    Darkest Dungeon II is a turn-based roguelike road trip of the damned. Form a party, equip your stagecoach, and set off across the decaying landscape on a last gasp quest to avert the apocalypse. The greatest dangers you face, however, may come from within…

    Key Features:
    • Roguelike Runs, Each With Its Own Emerging Story: Each expedition lasts from 30 minutes to several hours. Even an untimely end will arm you with resources that can be spent to improve your next journey. 

    • Unforgettable Heroes: Uncover and experience the tragic origin stories of each hero. Unlock their full potential via new skills, paths, items, and more.

    • The Altar of Hope: Engage with a massive system of upgrades and boons that opens up new strategies for each expedition. Choose what’s important to you as you formulate your assaults on the Mountain.

    • The Affinity System: As travels progress, heroes bond with each other or develop animosity, leading to desperately needed combat synergies or journey-ending dysfunction. Manage their stress and interaction to keep the team together until the bitter end.

    • Nightmarish Environs: From the burning Sprawl to the diseased Foetor, the long road to the Mountain will challenge your strategies and your endurance. Explore five distinct regions, each with their own unique creatures and challenges.

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Deputy Editor in Chief of Final Weapon and a News Writer at Game Rant. With a passion for the Japanese gaming industry, Raul is a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs and fighting/action games. business email:

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