One Finger Death Punch 2, the sequel to the brutal and incredibly satisfying rhythm action game, is coming to the PC in a few months. According to developer Silver Dollar Games, the PC version is “90% done.”

The game will also launch on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 about a month later.

If that isn’t enough good news, has confirmed they will be hiding at least two more games inside it.

“We have some real awesome stuff in there for our old fans. Our first game is hidden in One Finger Death Punch 2, as is our most recent canceled project,” developer Jon Flook told Destructoid in a short interview. “We don’t even care if people find them! It’s perfectly okay,” he clarified. He also hinted at more potential secrets that no one may ever discover.

So if for some reason you haven’t played the original One Finger Death Punch (which is currently enjoying a 10/10 score over at Steam with over 10K user reviews), you can find it within the sequel.

Or you can just play the game right now. You definitely should, even if you’re not into rhythm games. It’s like those old-school Kung fun movies but with masterfully choreographed stick figure fights.

One Finger Death Punch 2 will launch in April 2019 on PC, with the Xbox One and Switch versions arriving a month later. Silver Dollar Games are planning to release the game on PlayStation 4 as well, but there’s no solid release window just yet.


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