Discover the town of Pinnacove.
A map of the play areas in House Flipper 2, showing three different districts within a town.

A new trailer for House Flipper 2 is out today. Before, we were introduced to the upcoming title's Sandbox Mode. Now, Frozen District is showing off the town of Pinnacove and its variety of environments. We are also treated to a look at House Flipper 2's Story Mode.

House Flipper 2 is a follow-up to House Flipper, a casual sim that let players remodel and renovate run-down houses. The first game saw some 5 million players expressing their creativity across consoles and PC. The sequel promises to bring updated mechanics, new visuals, and new gameplay modes like the Sandbox mode and the new Story Mode.

House Flipper 2 will be out on PC on December 14.


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From the self-sufficient beginnings of a small fishing village, Pinnacove has transformed over the centuries into a bustling tourist hotspot. It's within this context that players will undertake their home flipping ventures, influenced by the ambiance and history of each area.

The design and atmosphere of Pinnacove and its environs draw inspiration from a tapestry of real-world locations and architectural styles. Players will explore the suburban tranquility of Pinnacove Suburbs, witness the touristic charm of Crayfish Coast, and venture into the serene Coralroot Forest, each offering unique challenges and opportunities.

In this game, each environment is not only visually unique but also enriched with ambient sounds, from ocean waves to forest whispers and suburban life, adding depth to the flipping experience. Every neighborhood comes with specially-themed furniture and decorative items, including reimagined fan-favorites from the original game. Building on the initial offering of 500 items in HF1, the sequel boasts an impressive roster of over 2500 items, enhancing the player's experience significantly.