Hades 2 Major Update Promises New Content: What You Need to Know

We’ve got some spicy news on the for Hades 2, and it’s coming straight from the legends at Supergiant Games. If you thought the first Hades was a banger, wait to hear what’s cooking for the sequel.

First off, Hades 2 is crushing it in early access. The player numbers are almost three times what we saw with the original on Steam. Let me tell you, the devs are not sitting on their laurels. Supergiant Games has already pushed out a patch to tweak the sprint, dash, and resource-gathering mechanics, and they’ve got another one in the pipeline.

They’re preparing to release a massive update that’s gonna take “several months” to roll out. According to Greg Kasavin, the creative mastermind over at Supergiant, they’re starting with a few small patches to smooth out some rough edges. You know, the usual, listening to player feedback and making quick improvements.

This major update isn’t just a little polish here and there. We’re talking new locations, enemies, features, and a whole bunch of other content. Kasavin mentioned to PC Gamer that after they push this big update, there will be follow-up patches to iron out any kinks. Rinse and repeat until the game is solid gold.

For those wondering about the timeline, brace yourselves. Supergiant expects Hades 2 to stay in early access at least until the end of this year. That’s right, folks, no rush here. They’re taking their time to make sure it’s just right. The first Hades spent about two years in early access before its full release so that we might be looking at a similar timeline for the sequel.

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