Ever play a game of hide-and-seek in your childhood? Maybe with a mix of tag thrown in to spice things up? What if you upped the ante a little and changed into a horrific sea monster and your four friends have to escape a decrepit sea fortress or face certain doom? No? Well, Monstrum II has you sorted if you had an itch for such a highly specific game of tag. Taking place on a 1970s era sea fortress, take up the mantle of a deadly oceanic monstrosity or as one of four prisoners who are stuck on this grotesque experiment.
Players will have to think on their feet and adapt to a dynamic, open-ended horror playground. It’s down to you how you tactically exploit the different environmental and gameplay challenges generated with each playthrough, regardless of whether you’re playing as the prisoners, or as one of the deadly oceanic monstrosities hunting them down.
There are countless solutions to the ever-changing obstacles in Monstrum 2, whether you’re using scavenged items to access hidden routes; brutally smashing through destructible objects; climbing the environment to ambush your prey; working cooperatively with your fellow survivors to reach important equipment, or going solo and hiding to stealthily avoid detection.