With more than 100 million players worldwide since its release in 2012, parkour inspired action game Vector has proved to be a global gaming sensation amassing over 1 million five star user ratings. Now, mobile developer and publisher Nekki is pleased to announce that the highly anticipated sequel, Vector 2, is out now on iOS priced at £1.49/€1.99.
Powered by Nekki’s proprietary ‘Cascadeur’ animation engine, Vector 2 is a mind-bending, side-scrolling action experience where players can execute spectacular stunts while running for their lives. In development for over two years by the Vector core development team, Vector 2 is set in the same dystopian sci-fi setting and continues the original game’s storyline as the lead protagonist is trapped inside a huge and deadly research complex where he has to run through in his way out by using different experimental gear.
Staying true to what made the original Vector such a great game, Nekki have also made a great effort to improving the overall experience by making each game session as unique as possible through procedural level generation. New gadgets and new settings have also been introduced to increase the challenge for players with only the most focused runners standing a chance of survival!
Vector 2 can be found on the Apple App Store at https://itunes.apple.com/app/vector-2-premium/id1159290179?mt=8
Vector 2 is also available on Android and can be found on Google Play https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nekki.vector2
- Procedural level generation – Each game level is assembled at random. A clever generation technique keeps the game challenging with every new run and always offers a chance for exploration.
- New gadgets – In the world of Vector 2 security is tight. To evade a laser beam either be quick, or use appropriate equipment – or prepare to fizzle.
- Permadeath – There is no reloading of checkpoints. You only live once. Once you’re dead, it’s over!
- New settings – Laboratories, factory-lines and spaceports are just some of the futuristic settings to visit. Only the most focused runners will survive among moving machinery and lifting ramps.