Lost signals will not appear again this year

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In April 2021 it was Oxenfree II: Lost Signals the crowning glory of Nintendo’s Indie World. The game has now been announced for PlayStation in addition to Nintendo Switch and Steam. But no longer for 2022, but for 2023. Night School Studio did this known on Twitter.

They state that they want to make Oxenfree II: Lost Signals “the best game possible”. That is of course no surprise. However, they also mention that they want to add more localizations. However, a German implementation had already been announced.

Oxenfree II takes place five years after the original and aims to become a story-driven game again. The second part features a completely new cast of characters. Main character Riley is back. She returns to her hometown, where strange radio signals are interfering.

The story is heavily influenced by the player’s choices thanks to the proprietary, natural dialogue system that Oxenfree is known for, making for an immersive and personalized experience.

As early as September 2021, Netflix bought the developer Night School Studio. Oxenfree II: Lost Signals would be out of the buyout though not be affected. The prequel Oxenfree is included in the Netflix subscription.

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