Call: Oxenfree II: Lost Signals teased by new radio signals in the original

Oxenfree II: Lost Signals tease

It was a nice surprise to see Oxenfree II: Lost Signals announced during April’s Indie World Showcase. Unfortunately, the title has slipped past its 2021 launch, with it now due to release in 2022. Regardless, developer Night School Studio is dropping fans some clues regarding the upcoming sequel. New radio signals have been added to the original game on Steam, teasing what is in store for Oxenfree II: Lost Signals.

These added signals are a great way to tease Oxenfree II: Lost Signals

Here’s Night School Studio dropping the information regarding the update on Twitter:

This is some spooky and cryptic stuff.

Eagle-eyed gamers should be able to parse the locations and signal frequencies from the clips above. I wonder what they say and if there are more of them?

Notes for Patch 3.1.1 are available here, but they don’t say much. Hopefully, these new radio signals will be added to the Switch version of the game, as well. It’d be a great connective tissue between the two adventures.

Enthusiasts, what are your thoughts on this clever Oxenfree II: Lost Signals tease? What the hell is that weird masked thing? Let us know your answers to these questions in the comment field below.

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