To all space acrobatics enthusiasts, the release of Yupitergrad 2: The Lost Station is fast approaching, so Gamedust is gearing up to give the players a more in-depth look at what kind of game they’ve prepared.

Developers so far have communicated a move towards action-adventure tropes, fragments of exploration and combat have been shown, besides those, Gamedust is preparing environmental puzzles for its players to enjoy. Yupitergrad 2: The Lost Station is full of components that have been implemented and used in some of the best known games today, on popular consoles, and now the creators want to bring those features into the world of VR.

The new trailer for the game showcases the combination of swinging through the corridors, opening passages and fighting with robots. You may also notice AIsha – our virtual companion. With her help, the journey through the dangerous station will be much more interesting and comfortable. Check it out:

To tell you more about Yupitergrad 2: The Lost Station, we have prepared a FAQ below to answer some of your most burning questions:

What is Yupitergrad 2: The Lost Station?

Yupitergrad 2: The Lost Station is a game in which you’re able to explore an abandoned space station using suction cups with ropes attached, the player can use jets (nozzles) attached to their hands to manoeuvre in the air. In addition, the player will get powerful weapons that will allow them to eliminate robotic opponents.

Along your journey you will encounter many passages, environmental puzzles, and hostile droids that you’ll have to overcome, a map will also be in place to help you navigate around the station. The game is set in a light, humorous tone and combines a VR perspective with the structure of a Metroidvania-style game.

Do I need to know Yupitergrad 1 to enjoy the sequel?

Many players are wondering if they can play Yupitergrad 2 without playing the first one, and the answer is yes. Yupitergrad 2 very lightly refers to the first part, but is a completely new story. A similar approach has been taken to other games such as Mario or Zelda – where each part is a separate entity, but takes some basics and expectations from its predecessor.

What’s new in Yupitergrad 2?

The game is full of new ideas, the creators built this game with “the more, the better” attitude. Developers focused on the open structure of the space station, in which players should look for ways to open new passages and explore further. In the game, players will encounter rebellious machines, which will be able to fight and shoot at with obtained weapons. In addition, our hero will use various gadgets, and his companion AIsha will finally appear on the screen! All this together creates a new, more adventurous atmosphere and the experience of taking part in a great space adventure in VR.

Is the game (too) dynamic?

Developers are making a very dynamic game in VR but moving on from Yupitergrad 1 they made changes to control motion sickness and refine the locomotion system to improve the free movement of players. During the game’s creation a great focus has been put on smoothness and stability of the player experience and due to the open map and additional features the game is more riveting than ever.

When will the title be playable?

The game is in the production phase, allowing it to be played and checked. Trial versions will be soon sent to press and influencers, where you can get a good glimpse of the game before the full release.

When will the game be released and for which platforms?

The premiere of Yupitergrad 2 will take place in the first half of 2023, with the exact date to be yet announced. The game will be released on Pico goggles, and later on Meta Quest 2. Further platforms such as Steam will have release dates after the release on Quest 2.

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