Several popular games are getting follow-ups, and the news looks good. Kerbal Space Program 2, Little Nightmares 2, and the final episode of Life is Strange 2 are all on the way.
Kerbal Space Program originally launched eight years ago, so a sequel is overdue, and if the trailer is any indication, it's going to be a bumpy ride...but a lot of fun. The space flight simulation game has a lot of vocal support in the gaming community, and the first title was well-received. Even if you don't end up getting the game, you should at least watch the cinematic trailer because nothing says space like "Outro" by M83 and little green astronauts.
In 2017, Tarsier Studios introduced Little Nightmares, a platformer that blends puzzles and horror together. The original game was well-received by audiences and critics alike. The creepy atmosphere and well-crafted audio-visual content were a feast for gamers. The sequel is set to release next year, and fans will be able to dive back into the grim world before too long! The announcement trailer depicts the haunting environment and the slow dread of the upcoming tale.
If you're unfamiliar with the Life is Strange series, the episodic adventure takes you through the days of intriguing characters with a mystery that needs to be solved. Think somewhere between a TellTale game and Until Dawn. Players must navigate the adventure, making decisions along the way. The series has been very successful, and the second game is almost finished. The fourth and final episode is coming, and the trailer throws you into the drama.
With all of these sequels pending release, we are excited to see some of our favorite games come back to life with a new story!