The Fall Part 2: Unbound, Released, You Can Now Be Train

The Fall was a fantastic, short, adventure about an AI combat suit that activates when it crash lands on an unknown planet, its duty was to protect the unconscious human pilot inside. That was Part 1, things are different in Part 2, and you can see a bit of that in the gameplay footage above where ARID tries to convince her friend that he isn’t train.

I absolutely loved part 1 of The Fall, it was a genuinely surprise when it was released almost 4 years ago, and it has been a terrible wait for part 2. If you haven’t played part 1 then you are in luck as (temporarily) you get both for the price of the second part at $17 on Steam or Humble for Windows, macOS, and Linux. The developers point out that you don’t have to play part 1 first, but, with this deal you don’t have much to lose in getting 2 and playing them in order or going at 2 first and playing 1 as a prequel. They equate it to being like the Mass Effect games, they’re fine standalone, with maybe the exception of the third game… and Andromeda, which I’ve never unwrapped.

The Fall Part 2: Unbound is also out separately for the Nintendo Switch, without part 1 (which is on the Wii-U).

It’s also on the Xbox One, where you can get the same bundle as on Steam but for 54 cents more. If you already have part 1 and want to save 54 cents, here’s the link to the regular Xbox One version of part 2.

There’s a PlayStation 4 listing but the game isn’t up there yet, I’ll update this post with a link there later on.

Author: Jack Slater

A Philadelphian exiled to Hawaii. You can follow or contact me on Twitter where I'm @TimeDoctor, via the contact page, or via e-mail to zjs AT zacharyjackslater dot com More here.

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