Guacamelee! 2 Release Date for Xbox One and Windows 10 Revealed

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Drinkbox Studios announced via Twitter the release date for Guacamelee! 2 on both the Windows 10 and the Xbox One, and thankfully it’s quite soon. Set to launch on January 18th, players on Microsoft platforms can help Juan save the Mexiverse once again in the hilarious sequel to 2013’s Guacamelee!

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Originally released for the PlayStation 4, Guacamelee! 2 is a ridiculous Metroidvania-style action-platformer set in a colorful world full of Luchador’s, chickens and demons. Donning the mask of Juan Aguacate once more, players must wrestle their way through some truly wonderful platforming sections while laying the smack down on the forces of evil with an assortment of outrageous wrestling moves. What truly elevates Guacamelee! 2 above other games of its genre is its fantastic sense of humor and its constant barrage of Mexican/wrestling puns that will leave you in stitches.

We loved Guacamelee! 2. In particular, it’s impeccably well designed, vibrant world and the unique characters that fill it with personality. You can read our full review of the game right here.

Kinda Funny fans out there will be glad to know that Drinkbox has released some skins inspired by Greg Miller and his dog, Portillo.  Announced during the Kinda Funny Showcase, two skins were made available for use during the game. To access the Shirtless Arachnid-Man and Portillo skins, you can use this code to unlock them.

Guacamelee! 2 was originally released for PlayStation 4, but it was also recently released for the Switch. And while the sequel is welcoming to newcomers and you don’t necessarily need to have played the original, you might want some tips to help get you started. Be sure to check out some of our helpful guide articles, like how to unlock new skills and special moves, how to manually save, or how long the game will take you to complete.

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