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The Climb 2 (2021), the Oculus Quest climbing game from Crytek, just got its second Freestyle Expansion Pack which brings six new levels featuring some of the sequel’s most interesting mechanics.
Coming on the heels of the game’s first Freestyle Expansion Pack which launched in late April, the fresh DLC drop brings six checkpoint-free levels in both casual and professional modes.
Crytek says in an Oculus blogpost that if players complete each level step-by-step, they’ll be able to nab a new glove model as a completion reward. The studio says chalk-less climbers will be able to “rack up some bonus points.”
Here’s the list of new maps coming in Freestyle Expansion Pack Part 2, all of which seem to focus on one specific mechanic:
Crytek mentioned earlier this year that the Freestyle Climbing Pack would be split into two halves, each of which would bring six new levels to the game. The studio hasn’t mentioned future plans to release more levels, although this year’s post-launch DLC has nearly doubled the amount of levels on offer, bringing it now to a total of 27 levels.
We gave The Climb 2 a very respectable [8.5/10] in our review, lauding the game’s refined climbing mechanics, fun challenges, and diverse set of awe-inspiring locales.
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