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River City Girls 2 release date – everything we know so far

Updated: Dec 16, 2021 3:35 pm

2019 saw the excellent River City Girls brawler land on an unsuspecting audience who lapped it up and reminisced hard about how games used to be fun and not packed with microtransactions or NFTS. fast forward to now and developer WayForward technologies has announced a sequel, which henceforth shall be known as River City Girls 2 – we like it, it does the job just fine thanks.

River City Girls 2 Release Date

Summer 2022 is what we have to go on right now, which will be here before you know it. As we get closer to the release date and that date hones into something more specific we will of course update this page accordingly.

What platforms will River City Girls 2 be on?

The game will be released on the usual suspect, pretty much everything – PC, PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S and the Nintendo Switch

There will also be a very limited edition physical run of the game for the PlayStation and Switch.

What do we know about River City Girls 2?

We know that we will get six playable characters, Misako, Kyoko, Kunio, and Riki joined by first timersMarian and Provie. This enhanced character line-up will certainly enhance the game’s longevity.

We are also getting quest tracking and a day and night cycle but as yet we don’t know how that will affect the actual gameplay. We can also expect a revamped weapon inventory and new moves for the new characters obviously.

River City Girls 2 Trailer

It might be less than a minute long but we have proof that one of our fave brawlers of the last couple of years is on its way in.

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