The Coma 2B: Catacomb - A New Chapter in the Horror Series Revealed

Gaming Staff • April 30, 2024

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The Coma 2B: Catacomb - A New Chapter in the Horror Series Revealed

Dvora Studio and Headup have announced a publishing partnership for the 2024 release of The Coma 2B: Catacomb, a prequel to The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters. The Coma 2B follows protagonist Youngho as he returns to his normal life after escaping the mirror dimension known as "The Coma." However, he must return to The Coma to explore a massive facility beneath Dokaebi Market. The game will be released on PC in 2024, with console releases to be announced.

The Coma 2B features updated gameplay AI, with relentless killers stalking Youngho. Players can trade items in Dokaebi Market to prepare for critical situations, explore the district of Sehwa, scavenge resources, and unlock tools to reach previously inaccessible areas. The game boasts vibrant, hand-illustrated in-game visuals and comic strips.

Headup GmbH, established in 2009, is a hybrid games publishing and development company that provides players worldwide with the best content in the independent gaming sector. Dvora Studio, previously known as Devespresso Games, is an indie game development company located in Seoul, South Korea, that has been creating games since 2015. Its debut title was The Coma: Cutting Class, a successful run-n-hide school horror adventure game that was self-published on Steam.

The Coma 2B: Catacomb promises to deliver a thrilling and terrifying experience for players as they navigate the dark mirror world of The Coma and the real world, facing dangerous foes and solving puzzles to survive.

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