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Oceanhorn 2 Golden Edition Releases On Apple Arcade

Indie developer Cornfox & Brothers have announced that the Golden Edition of their hit game, Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm, is now available on Apple Arcade! Released exclusively for iOS and macOS devices in 2019, this new update brings plenty of quality of life changes to the game, along with some brand new content!

In regards to new content, the Golden Edition adds two new expansions: The Shield of Chronos, which adds a new dungeon and quest, plus a new shield which reflects projectiles, and The Criminal Hunt, which adds a slew of new mini missions which task the player with hunting down many different criminals and bandits throughout the world. In addition, Cornfox & Brothers have expanded the games ending, adding in new scenes which help to connect both Oceanhorn games. Content aside, Oceanhorn 2 has received many quality of life changes, such as bug fixes, dedicated 60 fps support, overhauled menus, and new music and voice over lines. If you’ve yet to play Oceanhorn 2, now is the time to jump on in!

“We’re streamlining and enhancing the play experience dramatically with this update in addition to expanding with new content,” says Heikki Repo, Creative Director of Cornfox & Brothers. “The Golden Edition of Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm is, essentially, the best and most approachable version of the game. And we have more to come, so enjoy the Golden Edition and stay tuned!”

The Golden Edition of Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm is now available on Apple Arcade for iPhone, iPad, macOS and Apple TV. Stay tuned to RPGFan for more news and info on your favorite games!

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