The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters gets Major Early Access Update

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oprainfall | The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters

Developer Devespresso Games is excited to announce that The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters has just gotten a major Early Access update. This update unlocks chapters 4 through 6, as well as adding an improved crafting module for puzzle elements. It also includes a number of other gameplay adjustments. According to the press release, this update means that about 80% of the game is now playable in Early Access.

The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters


The closing chapter is set to launch on December 19th. The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters is available on Steam Early Access now, with the full launch scheduled for January of next year. The game already has a “Very Positive” rating from its Steam user base. It first launched on Steam Early Access on November 7th. The Coma 2: Viscious Sisters is available for Windows, Linux, or Mac with a price tag of $11.99. Those who purchase the game during Early Access will also get the Survival Guide/Art book and the soundtrack. This pack has a value of $7.99, and will be delivered with the game’s full release in the first quarter of 2020.

The Coma 2: Viscious Sisters is the atmospheric sequel to a popular Korean survival-horror adventure. It aims to strike a balance between the urgent need to explore and the equally important goal of staying alive. Players will enjoy detailed hand-drawn visuals (the work of Minho Kim) combined with a nightmare of a story. It continues the story of The Coma: Recut‘s now deserted and distorted, Sehwa High School. Dark Song, the pursuer, is now more formidable than in the first game, with brand new AI technology for a more interesting challenge. You’ll need to leave the boundaries of the school and venture into the surrounding district to survive. All the while, players will uncover clues and dark secrets, with some bizarre encounters also laying in wait.

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