If the space race has been able to occupy part of humanity during the twentieth century, interest in space has fallen, before a few billionaires decide to revive two. It was necessary that so that the continuation of Lone Echo does not deign to finally enter the atmosphere.
It’s now been four years since Lone Echo came to take us by the hand to take us in his dance, a kind of cosmic broom signed Ready at Dawn, and which had particularly seduced our astronaut Joniwan, since remained in weightlessness. Since then, fans of virtual reality fortunate enough to afford a headset worthy of the name have never ceased to wait for a sequel in good and due form, long promised.
On the Rhodes again
To tell you how much Lone Echo II is expected for several earthly rotations, yours truly had the opportunity to try it during this show that was once called “E3”, that is to say. After multiple adventures worthy of Apollo 13 and at least as many postponements, the Ready at Dawn teams have finally succeeded in calculating the trajectory that will allow their adventure in the first person to land on a dying planet:
“We have some important news to share with you regarding the release of Lone Echo II. Over the past two months, our team has been working hard to polish the game up to the desired level of quality. As always, our goal has been to provide you with an entertaining and immersive experience with the adventures of Liv and Jack. Today we are excited to announce that Lone Echo II will be released on October 12, 2021..
We love the Lone Echo universe and felt we needed a little more time to give the game the polish and love it deserved. So, thank you all for your patience and understanding throughout the development..
Be careful, and we’ll see you in orbit soon.“
This puts an end to a wait bordering on unbearable: Lone Echo II will sign our reunion with Captain Rhodes on October 12, on Oculus Rift and Oculus Rift S.