Legend of Grimrock Sequel in the Works

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After much deliberation, Almost Human Games has announced that a sequel to old school dungeon crawler Legend of Grimrock is officially a thing gamers can look forward to playing on a gaming machine some time in the future. (Gah! I still have to catch myself from saying Grimlock, until it finally kicks into my head that a dungeon RPG wouldn’t be telling the legend of a T-rex Transformer.)

Almost Human had already been kicking around a Grimrock project that was initially going to be a DLC expansion to the original game, but during an all-day meeting the team decided that going the DLC route would have been too limiting on what they could do to really push the Grimrock experience up a notch. Thus, Legend of Grimrock 2 was born.

A lot of content that has already been completed for what was initially going to be the expansion will now become a part of Legend of Grimrock 2, a full-fledged sequel that will run on an updated game engine the studio is also creating. And, well, that’s about all they’re saying about the game right now. Almost Human is promising to get back to blogging regular updates about the project’s ongoing development, though, so if you’d like to keep tabs on the sequel’s progress bookmarking www.grimrock.net is probably a good idea.

If you have no clue what this Legend of Grimrock game I speak of is, our review will bring you up to speed, one square at a time.

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