Kenshi, the uncaring, dirty sandbox RPG/RTS amalgamation from Lo-Fi Games, is getting a sequel. The developers announced it relatively hastily, via the Steam forum, using the opportunity to say a few fancy words about where they’re heading with the sequel. They weren’t going to reveal it until it’s further updated in the development, but looking at what players are thinking about how they’ve abandoned the game only because they’ve stopped meddling with it after a decade made them show their position.
It is a role-playing video game. The publisher of this game is Lo-Fi Games. The designer of this game is Chris Hunt. And, a single player can play this in Kenshi. This game took 12 years to create. You can play this Kenshi game on your PC window. This game got immense popularity in a short time. This game got 84% rating form PC Gamers, then 9/ 10 on Steam, similar to 9/10 on Games skins. After considering all these ratings, these appraisals give you a rough idea that Kenshi 2 will be all the more entertaining.
Kenshi 2: Gameplay
It’ll share the first game’s codebase and engine, but the engine (Ogre) is going to be updated to the latest version. The first game is also going to benefit from the resulting upgrade and performance improvement, as they’ll include the upgrades in the first game as a free update.
Since there’s a borderline self-pleasing approach to engines in the gaming community, they’ve explained why they’re clinging with Ogre:
Why keep the same engine? Because a completely new engine would break everything and take another million years to finish. By sticking with the same code we are making the descision to prioritise gameplay instead of graphics. (Not to mention a much faster release date)
Kenshi 2: Release Date
Since they’re building up a complete game altogether, this one will most probably take less than a decade to get to our digital shelves. If not, the original Kenshi is one of the games you could play your entire life, so don’t worry.
Kenshi 1 release on December 6, 2018, and this game took 12 years to create. After this, the makers of this game is still working on it. We realize that Fans are amazingly excited for Kenshi 2, yet at the same time, there is no official declaration for the release date of Kenshi 2. In any case, I am almost sure that the game will be going ahead windows in 2021. Till then, we can do just a single thing “wait.”