Gamedust is thrilled to announce that after Pico, Meta and HTC releases, Yupitergrad 2: The Lost Station is finally out on Steam! After releases and updates on different platforms, Yupitergrad 2: The Lost Station has finally landed on Steam. A sequel to its predecessor, part two is filled with even greater adventures and challenges in space. Utilising a map to help them navigate, players will be able to navigate intricate corridors and passages. Environmental puzzles will test players’ skills and enemy drones will challenge their combat expertise, in the gravity-absent area.
Yupitergrad 2: The Lost Station is a 6-8 hours long campaign filled with jokes from AISha, our trusty AI companion that keeps us company throughout the game. The game has eight unique types of traps across various locations that must be avoided while exploring and many more! The environment is designed to allow players to swing freely and explore the game mechanics using one-of-a-kind suction cups on the ropes. The game is an exceptional blend of environmental exploration, 3D platforming, shooting, and adventure gaming, all packaged in a VR gaming experience.
The Steam version will have immediate access to gameplay enhancements that have been introduced to other platforms. The Steam version supports the following headsets: Meta Quest 2 (via Link/AirLink), Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Valve Index. Visual improvements, functional fixes and more have all been improved and implemented in this release, with more updates on the way!