reed 2 xbox one

Just a few short months ago Xbox One, PS4, PS Vita and Nintendo Switch players were given the chance to fall into the virtual world of Reed, a virtual creature who was attempting to save the entire world in Reed Remastered. Today though Reed is back, as Reed 2 drops on to the exact same formats. 

Priced at just £4.99, Reed 2 follows on from the previous game to once more head off on a mission, this time to hunt down The Developer and save the last few survivors hidden away in the desolation and remains of this world.

Coming from the porting kings of Ratalaika Games, Reed 2 should – in theory – be a game that not only provides plenty of promise and platforming action, but a whole ton of achievements as it goes. You see, Ratalaika titles have a bit of a rich history in not just rocking up onto the various digital stores at a very low price, but being experiences that provide super easy Gamerscore in the process. It just so happens that many of these games are also great fun to play through.

Reed 2 provides no less than 52 new levels to conquer, the same pixel arted graphical style – just this time with the style of a world fast breaking down – and a chilling OST to push things along. If you liked what was provided the first time around then you’re sure to be in for a good time again here.

Just head on over to the Xbox Store, the PlayStation Store or the Nintendo eShop and grab your download right now. And keep an eye out for our full review of Reed 2 on Xbox One too. It’s coming!

Game Description:

Reed awakens… to the memories of the old supercomputer… Reed failed. The reboot failed and now the digital world is once again breaking down. Before the old supercomputer malfunctioned, it gave Reed backup files that must be delivered to the Developer. Collect information cubes once again in a desolate version of the last remnants of the digital world. Dodge floor spikes, razor blades, enemies, and wall arrows to reach the next stage! Find hidden survivors trying to escape from the new horrors of the corruption. The virtual world is now doomed, can you get to the Developer?

0 0 votes
Article Rating
Notify of

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Inline Feedbacks
View all comments