Void Terrarium 2 for PS4 & Nintendo Switch Gets New Trailer Showing Gameplay Mechanics

Nippon Ichi Software revealed a new trailer of the sequel of Void Terrarium, titled simply Void Terrarium 2 or not-so-simply void* tRrLM2();.
Void Terrarium 2

Today Nippon Ichi Software revealed a new trailer of the sequel of its cutesy game Void Terrarium, titled simply Void Terrarium 2 or not-so-simply void* tRrLM2();.

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The trailer focuses on the mechanics of the game, including those inherited from the previous title of the series and those that are newly introduced for the sequel.

You can check it out below.

Void Terrarium 2 will be released in Japan on June 30 for PS4 and Nintendo Switch. No western release has been announced for the moment, but that’s pretty normal considering that the announcement for Japan came only a couple of months ago. It’ll likely be a while before NIS America lets us know anything on that front.

The game promises to maintain the charming (and a bit creepy) worldview of the original game while improving the dungeon RPG gameplay elements and those dedicated to taking care of the little girl Toriko.

If you’re unfamiliar with the original, void tRrLM(); //Void Terrarium is available for PS4 and Switch, while void tRrLM();++ //Void Terrarium++ is available for PS5.

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