Anodyne was a charming Zelda-like 16-bit indie game that released back in 2013, and creator Sean Han Tani announced the sequel Anodyne 2 this week, that instead dives into the early era of 3D games.
The game will have a different PSX-inspired look to it, and is currently on track to come to PC via Steam in early 2019. Here’s the reveal trailer for the game:
✨Announcing… Anodyne 2: Return to Dust!✨
5 years after Anodyne’s release, we’re creating a surreal, lo-fi, 3D+2D game for fans new and old.
— Sean Han Tani (@sean_HTCH) June 20, 2018
Anodyne 2 is coming to PC via Steam in early 2019.