A new Six Ages game will give people a way to determine the course of a civilization in 2023. A Sharp and Kitfox revealed Six Ages 2: Lights Going Out is on the way. This came after A Sharp missed making a 2022 release window. There’s no exact release date yet, but it is expected to appear in Summer 2023. The Steam page is live, and there’s also a new trailer going over what people can expect from this latest adventure. It will be available on iOS devices and both Windows and Macs. Its Steam page is already live.
Like Six Ages: Ride Like the Wind, Six Ages 2: Lights Going Out involves keeping a clan alive as the world ends. You’ll need to maintain relationships with other remaining clans, as well as any gods. You need to also explore what’s left of the world and try to survive perilous situations. Advisors will weight in with suggestions, and there will be multiple possible responses for the over 580 events that will be available in the game at launch.
As this is a continuing Six Ages game, people who played Ride Like the Wind can carry their progress over. A Sharp didn’t note which particular choices will continue to affect the new game, however.
Here’s the announcement trailer. It teases some of the events your clain will deal with, and also offers a look at a few possible advisors.
Six Ages 2: Lights Going Out will come out on PCs via Steam and Apple iOS devices in Summer 2023.