There are still more decks that need built.
Screenshot showing two characters battling it out in Slay the Spire 2.

During Wednesday's Triple-i Initiative Showcase, Slay the Spire 2 was announced. The sequel was announced via a brief trailer. This reveal also seemed to confirm the return of the Ironclad and Silent classes. It also offered a first look at a new character/class, The Necrobinder.

This new class is "a wandering lich who seeks to bind the forgotten corpse." The Necrobinder has a "trusty left hand," named Osty, that can aid in combat.

The first Slay the Spire was released in 2019. The game blends together roguelite elements, turn-based combat, and deckbuilding. It is perhaps the only deckbuilding game I have ever remotely enjoyed, which perhaps says a lot about how accessible the game is for those that don't typically play deckbuilding games.

Slay the Spire 2 is expected to enter into Early Access in 2025. For now, Slay the Spire 2 is confirmed to come to Steam. Other platforms are not yet known but the first game did end up hitting PlayStation, Xbox, Switch, and mobile in addition to the PC release.

Developer Mega Crit was sure to say that Slay the Spire 2 will not be using the Unity game engine. The game will instead the Godot engine. Mega Crit was very, very vocal in condemning the short-lived install fee policy proposed by Unity in 2023. Though the fee was walked back just ten days later, Mega Crit has no interest in going back to Unity.

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