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Void Terrarium 2 Release Date Set for 2023

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Void Terrarium 2 Story

The Void Terrarium 2 release date is here. It will appear on February 28, 2023 in North America and March 3, 2023 in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. A new trailer from NIS America is out now as well and centers the game’s story and the player’s “journey of hope.” Formally titled void* tRrLM2(); //Void Terrarium 2 , the game will continue the journey of Robbie and Toriko in a hostile and deadly environment.

Check it out below.

The Void Terrarium 2 story is set after the events of the first game, following the defeat of the nefarious cloudAI. Now Toriko, the last human alive, and Robbie, her robotic caretaker, must fend for themselves in the hostile wastelands. Controlling Robbie, players need to explore the wastes looking for supplies to sustain Toriko’s existence. They’ll also need to dig deeper into the past than ever before. A mysterious disease threatens to end the helpless waif, and the clues to her future lie buried in the past.

The trailer also contains some gameplay footage, showing off the top-down exploration aspects, caring for Toriko, and even some helping presences. A new entity called factoryAI can be repaired and dedicated to helping Robbie and Toriko. One other hint in the Void Terrarium 2 story trailer shows off a “hacking” or “memory exploration” aspect, where Robbie can look through glimpses of the past. Robbie is shown exploring a different environment populated by living humans. The graphical style in these sections is also a deliberate departure, recalling retro RPGs.

Void Terrarium 2 PS4 and Nintendo Switch release date is February 28, 2023 in North America and March 3, 2023 in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. The NISA Online Store sells a limited physical edition of the game that includes acrylic standees and art cards.

Josh Tolentino
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