Thunderful Publishing and independent developer Maschinen-Mensch released their narrative roguelike pulp adventure Curious Expedition 2 on Xbox and PlayStation.
The game, previously available on PC and Nintendo Switch, is available on PS4 and Xbox One and is also playable on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S via backwards compatibility. With the launch also comes console access to the Highlands of Avalon DLC previously available only for the PC version of the game.
Inspired by pen and paper RPGs this Jules Verne-esque adventure places players in the boots of an explorer. After assembling a crew it is time for an expedition into the unknown. All sorts of cultures, flora, fauna, treasures, and more await discovery. Who knows what one will find?
We’re really excited that Curious Expeditions 2 is now available on PlayStation and Xbox. We’ve tweaked and refined the game during its adventures on PC in response to community feedback, so this console version of Curious Expedition 2 is the best the game has ever been. I wish the PlayStation and Xbox communities good luck on their varied and intriguing expeditions!Riad Djemili, CEO at Maschinen-Mensch
In the game’s latest DLC, Highlands of Avalon, players are being sent to a brand island, the Highlands, with a new set of tiles. A new mechanic related to traversing hills and valleys, along with a new tribe called the Picts, eight new recruitable characters, new equipment, and enemies are included in the DLC. The Highlands of Avalon DLC that was released last November at the price of $5.99 USD for PC players on Steam.
Curious Expedition 2 is available on Windows PC through Steam for $19.99 USD. A demo is currently available on Steam. Players can pick up the original Curious Expedition on Humble Bundle and Steam. The game is available on Nintendo Switch from the Nintendo Store, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 from the PlayStation Store, and Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S from Microsoft for $19.99 USD. More information about Curious Expedition 2 is available on the game’s Steam page or on the developer’s page here.
Thunderful Publishing (@Thunderfulgames Twitter) is a video game publisher based in Gothenburg, Sweden. Founded in December 2017 as a sister company to game studios Image & Form and Zoink, the company is a fully-owned subsidiary of Thunderful Group AB.
Maschinen-Mensch (@maschimensch Twitter) is an independent game development studio out of Berlin, Germany. Founded by Riad Djemili and Johannes Kristmann in April 2014, the two founders have a combined 15 years of experience on AAA game titles. The studio’s first game was released in May 2015.
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