Korean developer Devespresso Games announced that survival-horror game The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters is coming to Steam Early Access on November 7th. A full release is planned for sometime next year, with more details surrounding the release to follow. Devespresso is partnering with publisher Headup once again for The Coma 2, as they did for stylish roguelike/dungeon crawler Vambrace: Cold Soul. The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters will once again blend horror with an intricate manhwa art style as it places everyday high school students in supernatural situations. The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters enters early access on November 7th.
Set in the events following The Coma, The Coma 2 continues the tales of the cursed Sehwa High, now offering players the chance to explore the surrounding districts too. Mina Park, a student at the unfortunate school, wakes up in the halls one night. Immediately discovering that things are amiss, she sets off through the school and into the surrounding streets, pursued by a spectral force that looks oddly like her English teacher. Mina must now face her worst fears while attempting to avoid permanent harm. Devespresso is promising a revamped AI experience along with an upgrade system via crafting and resource management.
Promising a more expansive, immersive adventure in the horrific night, The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters looks to expand upon The Coma's original success. The original Korean horror hit garnered a cult following for its pervasive dread and relatable subject matter. Still, The Coma's original release on Steam was eventually pulled so Devespresso could further improve the art, gameplay, and controls to suit their standards. Hopefully, the Early Access period is enough to smooth out the growing pains of The Coma 2 this time around, as Devespresso undoubtedly has a proven track record with gorgeous art, if Vambrace: Cold Soul is anything to go by. We'll get our first look at The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters next month.