Oxenfree II: Lost Signals Delayed to Early 2022 Release to Enhance Overall Quality

The official Twitter account for Night School Studio has announced that their upcoming supernatural adventure title, Oxenfree II: Lost Signals, has been delayed to an early 2022 release.

The reasoning for this delay stems from making the experience more qualitative overall. Good luck to the studio, and we hope the rest of their development process goes smoothly. If you missed it, a new trailer for the title was revealed today as part of a PlayStation indie showcase.

This title is the sequel to Oxenfree by developer and publisher Night School Studio. It was a supernatural thriller that had players control Alex, who brought their new stepbrother Jonas to a party that unfortunately lacked merriment. Instead, a ghostly rift opens thanks to the actions of the main character and his friends, which results in sinister actions taking place.

The first game was a critical success, earning heaps of praise and positive reviews, thereby giving this upcoming sequel quite the mantle to bear whenever it decides to release. Sadly, there is no currently provided release date or even release window aside from 2021. If I were to hazard an uneducated guess, an October release window seems likely given the title’s tone, but that’s just me spitballing off the top of my head.


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