Kona II: Brume is a chilly, otherworldy narrative adventure in which you play a Canadian detective in the 1970s investigating a surreal disturbance in Northern Québec. We got a brief, tone-setting teaser announcement along with the news that the title will be coming to PS5 and PS4 in 2023.
An otherworldly mist known as the Brume has detached a rural mining town from the outside world and is disrupting the very nature of its reality. The sequel to Kona, Kona II: Brume picks up where its predecessor left off, continuing the mystery at the heart of its story
Kona II: Brume will be playable at the upcoming Gamescom, so if you are interested and going, you can check it out. The original Kona is included as a part of PS Plus Extra's catalogue of games if you want to get caught up on the story, and you can read our review for our full thoughts.
What do you think of Kona II: Brume? Put together the pieces in the comments section below.
[source youtube.com, via destructoid.com]
I really should get round to Kona. Saw it on that PS Plus thing so I have no excuses. I did think it was a skateboarding game for several months though, only other Kona I know’s the old park in Florida.
Wouldn't be surprised to see the original as a monthly Essential game in the run up to release then. Same angle as Man of Medan took this month to hype the next title in that series.
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