Unravel Two announced for PS4, Xbox One, and PC; available today

Ruben Fields
June 10, 2018

During EA Play, Swedish studio Coldwood Interactive and Electronic Arts revealed Unravel Two, the sequel to 2016's puzzle platform game. The entire game has been created to be played with two characters: you can play in co-op, but also in single-player, in which case you can untwine the two characters from one another and control them independently to solve puzzles.

When you're playing solo, the second co-op character in the game can be picked up by yourself and will just get wrapped around you.

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The press release delves more deeply into the game's plot and mechanics. Now, Unravel 2 has an ESRB rating that hints at co-op, which wasn't in the original. It's possible that the game will still be singleplayer and that you'll control two characters at once (like in Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons). Though the game started upbeat, it did take a darker turn towards the end.

Since then, many gamers have been asking for a sequel and it looks like EA has one in development. Unravel 2 will be coming to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. I don't yet see it available for purchase on any of the digital storefronts as of this writing, but that will likely change later today.

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