The rogue-lite has sold over 230,000 copies since leaving early access. Red Hook Studios says it has a "lot planned for the future."
The sequel to Red Hook's classic dungeon-crawler is a rogue-lite title with branching paths. It's on the Epic Games Store and Steam.
With its rogue-lite structure and revamped combat, Red Hook Studios' sequel is a compelling journey into madness and redemption.
Darkest Dungeon 2 is getting ready for its May 8 release date with the release of a new launch trailer.
The latest update for Darkest Dungeon 2 is also its final update before the game exits early access.
A free demo is available until February 13th as part of Steam Next Fest and includes the four starting heroes with two regions to explore.
Players will see how their actions affect the Affinity between heroes. Relationships can also provide modified versions of skills.
Each hero also gets a goal, which awards candles upon completion, while each region has received enhanced visuals and sub-biomes.
Collect Candles of Hope to upgrade the Altar and earn permanent bonuses through runs. The Bounty Hunter, a new class, is also available.
Currently available in the game's experimental branch, the Altar of Hope update brings new progression systems to Darkest Dungeon 2.
New roadmap includes an overhaul to Trinkets, new Cultist units, a major revamp to Progression, Relationship rework and much more.
Red Hook Studios is targeting one year of early access development, though it's focused on player feedback and improvements.
Nine classes and the first story Act are available to play through in Red Hook Studios' highly anticipated roguelite turn-based RPG.
Red Hook Studios' rogue-like RPG sequel launches into early access for the Epic Games Store on October 26th with nine classes.
It will be available on the Epic Games Store and offer nine classes, the first of five story Acts, and big changes to combat and exploration.
Red Hook Studios co-founder and creative director Chris Bourassa speaks with GamingBolt about the upcoming Darkest Dungeon 2.
Characters also have more defining characteristics and players can form relationships based on positive or negative reactions.
Red Hook Games' dungeon crawler is becoming an Oregon Trail-style rogue-like adventure. Here's what you should know about its changes.
A new trailer is also available, teasing some of the in-game character models.
Though it's been "tight-lipped" about the sequel, the development team is "working very hard."