First distributed exclusively on Switch in July 2020, Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise is preparing for its release on PC (Steam) in 2021.
The information was shared in the most recent annual report produced by Thunderful Group. It is the parent company of Nordic publisher Rising Star Games.
Developed by Toybox Games, Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise had been panned by critics. As evidenced by its Metacritic rating of 56, the game has several puzzling technical bugs. Beyond the technical aspect, his script had not won the hearts of fans.
Perhaps the biggest problem with the game is its gameplay off-putting and boring. Most players who enjoyed the first episode agree that the sequel is poor. Still, you’ll have the chance to judge for yourself with the PC release later this year.
While waiting for PC sequences, here is the trailer for the launch of the Switch version:
About Deadly Preminition 2
It’s 2005, and FBI Agent York goes to Le Carré, a small town in New Orleans. There he will be confronted, with his “friend” Zach, with a strange case of serial murders.
This game was developed by the same team as the first part. The small town in which its story unfolds is inspired by real research and interviews.