Psychonauts 2: a video tells us about pins and upgrades

Psychonauts 2: a video tells us about pins and upgrades

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Psychonauts 2: a video tells us about pins and upgrades

Double Fine has released a new video of Psychonauts 2 to talk about two fundamental elements of the progression of Raz, the protagonist: the brooches and upgrades. The first are real pins that can be purchased to get different bonuses to powers or generals. Three can be worn at a time. The upgrades, on the other hand, concern the powers and can be purchased by spending Raz’s intern credits, which he accumulates by carrying out missions and finding pshichiche cards.

If you’re looking for more information about the game, check out our Psychonauts 2 preview, in which we wrote:

Psychonauts 2 could be Double Fine’s biggest and most important production, at least as far as the most recent years are concerned, which clearly demonstrates the great potential of this game given the team’s precedents. After a troubled development, the new economic stability found within Xbox Game Studios should ensure maximum creative freedom for Tim Schafer and his companions, so we expect Psychonauts 2 not only to be a worthy heir to the first chapter but to fully achieve the vision. original team on the entire series. We have not seen much and the wait could still be long, but what has emerged so far excites us, both for the obvious madness that transpires from the project (and the addition of Jack Black only increases it), and for what it could be the great return of a now marginal but always glorious genre like the 3D platformer with adventure elements.

For the rest we remind you that theexit of Psychonauts 2 is scheduled for August 25, 2021 on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S and PS4.

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