House Flipper 2 arriving on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series with a new Sandbox Mode next year

It is time to take the hammer, demolish some walls and build a house so beautiful that people will stop and stare at it.

House Flipper 2 is set to launch on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series on March 21, 2024, following the PC (Steam) release on December 14, 2023. Publisher PlayWay and developer Frozen District have revealed the sequel, bringing a fresh perspective to the world of house renovation and construction.

House Flipper 2 invites players to dust off their hammers and embark on a new adventure in the charming town of Pinnacove. Whether you’re a makeover veteran or a novice, the game offers a welcoming environment with revamped mechanics and new features. The classic tools, hammer, paint roller, and mop, are back with a visual upgrade, making fixer-uppers look crisper than ever.

One of the standout features is the Sandbox Mode, allowing players to unleash their creativity by building houses from scratch. From recreating real-life buildings to designing dream projects, the possibilities are endless. The game’s setting in the town of Pinnacove adds a touch of magic, with friendly residents ready to entrust players with their homes and share captivating stories.

House Flipper 2 gives players the freedom to choose their preferred gameplay style. Whether it’s constructing houses from the ground up in Sandbox Mode or engaging in in-depth renovation projects and quick jobs in Story Mode, the game offers a sea of opportunities. As the foreman, players can relax and enjoy the new age of House Flipper, where every decision shapes the gameplay experience.

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