Gentlebros Meownounces Cat Quest 2: The Lupus Empire
A hype train has started on Twitter, as developer The Gentlebros announced the next instalment on their Cat Quest franchise, Cat Quest II: The Lupus Empire.
Cat Quest II: The Lupus Empire will be playable on the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and on Android and iOs mobile platforms. Storywise, the game will heavily emphasize on the Lupus Kingdom, which is well… a dog-centric place.
If you haven;t heard about Cat Quest, the game is an action RPG filled with lots and LOTS of cat puns. But that’s not the only fun thing about the game, as it was actually made in a way that people would enjoy in terms of gameplay, combat, and customization. Here are some details about the original Cat Quest game:
Cat Quest is an open world RPG set in the pawsome world of cats!
Leap into a grand adventure in purrsuit of the evil Drakoth and your catnapped sister! Explore Felingard’s huge overworld map, risk life and limb delving into dungeons for epic loot, and lend a paw to a furry cast of characters in a flurry of side quests.
Combat in Cat Quest takes place entirely in real time, allowing you to get close to enemies with a slash of your blade, dodge roll to avoid a counter-attack, and then finish them off with powerful magic! Wield the ancient spells of Lightnyan, Flamepurr, and Healpaw to vanquish your foes! (Fur real!)
Outfit your catventurer with a whole basket of equipment! Prefurr casting spells? Don an arcane hood, robes, and a staff to bolster your mana reserves! Want to protect yourself from attack? Deck out your catventurer with chainmail armor to increase your health and provide an extra level of protection. Weapons, armor, and spells can be mixed and matched to create the purrfect combinations for your playstyle!
The world of Felingard is littered with interesting places and people! Discover a possessed town whose residents lust for obscene amounts of meat, assist the mages Mewlin and Meowgan in their search to break a magic seal, and locate someone’s missing delivery of “House of Parchments” and “The Pouncing Dead”. Exploration is one of the main scratching posts of Cat Quest, and with locations such as Bermewda’s Triangle, the Furbidden Fields, and Pawt City to explore, it’s time to get pawing!
More information about Cat Quest II: The Lupus Kingdom will be announced soon, so stay tuned in for more details!