‘Windlands 2’ Rift Pre-orders Now Live, New Trailer Reveals Bosses, Maps & More


Windlands 2, Psytec Games’ upcoming multiplayer sequel to the high-flying grappling hook adventure, is nearly here. Psytec has today announced that Windlands 2 is set to land on Oculus Rift next week.

Update (September 6th, 2018):  Windlands 2 pre-orders are now available on the Oculus Store, featuring a 15% pre-order discount off its regular price of $30, making it $25.50 before launch on September 12th. Check out the new feature trailer, which includes a better look at some of the upcoming bosses, maps, and story behind it all (linked above and below).

Original Article (September 3rd, 2018): Arriving as a timed exclusive on Rift September 12th, Windlands 2 takes some of its forbear’s game mechanics, such as the dual-handed grappling hook, and changes things up a bit with its imposing level bosses and four-player co-op.

Image courtesy Psytec Games

We went hands-on with Windlands 2 back at Oculus Connect 4 last year and were impressed with what we saw. The game’s major new addition, four-player co-op, is somewhat of a departure from the zen-like feel of the original Windlands, but it’s likely to strike a chord with anyone who found the first a little too lonely at times; you’ll likely be goaded into pulling increasingly harder and faster jumps on your way through the parkour-heavy levels. There is of course the option to play single-player, although having a few buddies by your side as plan your attacks on level bosses certainly sounds more fun.

Both HTC Vive and PSVR versions are slated for a 2019 release, although the exact launch dates for either aren’t certain at this point. Psytec maintains in a press statement that all platforms will launch with a $30 price tag.

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  • J.C.

    Looks like fun, glad to see that it’ll be on the Vive sometime this year.

    • Zerofool

      You mean next year.

      Both HTC Vive and PSVR versions are slated for a 2019 release

      • J.C.

        guess I thought I was living in the future, lol. that’s a bummer, but oh well.

  • Firestorm185

    I AM SO HYPED!!!!!


    Still hyped even if it’s 2019 for Vive.

    • gothicvillas

      Oculus will beta test it for us

  • Raphael

    Could be fun. I have the first one, I have not completed the game though.