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Freedom Planet 2 is an upcoming combat-based 2D platform video game created by GalaxyTrail. The sequel takes place two years after the events of the previous game, Freedom Planet.

A demo of the game called "Sample Version" has been released on January 31st 2017 and can be downloaded for free.[1] The game was submitted to Steam Greenlight on Febuary 10th, 2017[2] and has been greenlit on Febuary 14th, 2017[3], currently aiming for a 2018 release.[3]

SynopsisEdit

Join the Heroes of Avalice as they face their greatest challenge yet.

An ancient terror has emerged from the depths of the ocean. Merga, a Water Dragon from Avalice's oldest and deadliest war, has been freed from her crystal prison as a consequence of the Kingdom Stone's destruction. Through her act of vengeance, she holds a dark and terrible truth about Avalice's leaders that will change the history of the three kingdoms forever.

War is imminent once again, but this time, the heroes are split between sides. As friendships are tested, will the girls stand united when Bakunawa rises?[4]

Gameplay Edit

The gameplay of Freedom Planet 2 remains mostly like its predecessor[4], but with some major changes, as well as some new features, all shown as the following:

Guarding Edit

You can tap a dedicated Guard button to avoid a bit of damage from incoming enemy attacks.[4] The shield will not fully reflect damage from larger or powerful attacks; however, it will soften the damage if properly timed. Milla is able to spawn her Phantom Blocks by using this ability.

Revivals Edit

When the Player Character has been defeated, you can use one of your stocks to Revive them. This grants the Player Character a few of seconds of invincibility and some petals back (depending on which Power-Ups you have equipped). However, you cannot revive the Player Character if their body has been disintegrated.[4]

ElementOrbs

The Guardian Orbs in all five elements (Left to Right: Water, Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal)

Guardian Orbs Edit

Instead of releasing a shield that surrounds and protects the Player Character, the Keystone Monitors will release Guardian Orbs[5]. These small orbs, consisting of all five Elements, will follow the Player Character around. So far, these Orbs have the same abilities as the shields from the first Game, except the Fire Orb is now water-resistant, unlike before. The Elements of a Guardian Orb will also be displayed on the Player Character's Health Meter, taking up two petals. Also, if playing as Milla, the Orbs will carry her Phantom Blocks whenever she spawns one.

Certain Power-Ups can change the Elements of all Keystone Monitors in a Stage. For example, the Water Charm will change all of the Monitors into Water Orbs.

Guardian Orbs of the same Element are able to stack up on the Player Character's Health Meter, able to absorb up to 6 - 7 hits if they find enough of them. If the Player Character has an Orb of one Element and gets another Orb of a different Element, it will still stack, but the Element of the Orb will change. However, the Player Character isn't granted any invincibility when their Orb is damaged.

The Guardian Orbs also have Animal-like attributes, shown as the following:

  • Water Orb (Blue): Fish fins and tail.
  • Wood Orb (Green): Butterfly wings.
  • Fire Orb (Red): Phoenix wings and tail.
  • Earth Orb (Yellow): Insect wings.
  • Metal Orb (Gray): Eagle wings.

Speed Gates Edit

Speed Gates are rainbow rings that are identical to the Time Gates that appeared in Pangu Lagoon. When the Player Character passes through one of these rings, a Bonus timer will appear, and the player will be able to earn Crystal Shards by leaving behind a trail of tao marks. Once the timer runs out, the Tao Marks will transform into shards. The longer the Tao trail is, the more shards the Player Character will earn.

Star Cards Edit

Star Cards are now dropped by the End Boss and must be collected to complete the Stage, but they also remain as Collectibles, which can be viewed in the Inventory. Trading them in the Battlesphere will unlock Arena Challenges. They can also be found in Stages without Bosses to unlock different kind of challenges.

Hub Worlds Edit

Hub Worlds, which didn't make it into the game's predecessor due to time constraints, will be a part of the game's Adventure Mode. The four cities (Shang Tu, Shang Mu, Shuigang & Parusa) will all have their own Hubs filled with NPCs (Non-Playable Characters). Freedom Planet 2 will also have a World Map, allowing the Player Character to move between the Hub Worlds.[6]
Neera dialog test

A test screenshot of a cutscene with Neera.

Cutscenes Edit

The Cutscenes in Adventure Mode will now mostly be done in a visual novel-like style with still images instead. Only certain scenes in the game will include moments with the character sprite moving.

Stages Edit

Prototype2

Screenshot of the Avian Museum stage. (Prototype)

Freedom Planet 2 will have a total of 21 stages. Unlike its predecessor, the stages are now a single big area instead of being separated in two. Every stage will end in a boss encounter.

Main Stages Edit

Extra Stages Edit

Removed Stages Edit

  • "JC" & Zodiac River (remained as ideas for stages but were removed early from the game).

Power-UpsEdit

Power-Ups can be crafted with gold gems, which can be found in the stages, or with regular shards. Depending on usage, these will increase or decrease the difficulty of certain sections of the game.

There are a total of 30 Power-Ups, divided into 4 categories:

  • Potions: Gives the Player Character a passive buff for the duration of the Stage.
  • Amulets: Alters the Stage; putting Time Records in seperate categories whenever used.
  • Brave Stones: Inflicts negative effects on the Player Character, making the Stage harder, but will multiply the Crystal Shards collected upon stage completion.
  • Fusion Stones: These can be created if two Power-Ups with contradicting effects are equipped. They have bigger negative effects, but a bigger Crystal Shard Bonus.

PotionsEdit

Name Sprite Effect Location Bonus
Alchemical Burst[5] Increases your crystal bonus by 10%. It has a random side effect that can be good, bad, or nothing. ? None
Extra Stock[5]
Extra Stock
You begin the stage with one extra stock. ? None
Cheaper Stocks
Cheaper Stocks
Reduces the number of crystals you need for a stock by 50. (for free in the Sample Version), ? None
Regeneration[5]
Regeneration
Your life meter slowly recovers as long as you have life petals. ? None
Strong Revivals
Strong Revivals
You recover 4 life petals when reviving. (for free in the Sample Version), ? None
Auto Guarding
Auto Guarding
You automatically guard against attacks if possible. (for free in the Sample Version),

Dragon Valley

None
Max Life Up
Max Life Up
Increases your maximum number of life petals by one. (for free in the Sample Version), ? None
Minus Stock[5] Reduces your number of stocks by one. ? None
Pricy Stocks[5] You need an extra 50 crystals for each stock. ? None
Max Life Down[5] Reduces your maximum number of life petals by one. ? None
Crystals To Petals[5]
Crystals To Petals
Transforms all crystal flowers in the stage into life flowers. ? None

AmuletsEdit

Name Sprite Description Location Bonus
Motorcycle Start[5] Carol begins the stage with her motorcycle. ? None
Wood Charm[5] Transforms all shield crystals in the stage into Wood. ? None
Earth Charm
Earth Charm
Transforms all shield crystals in the stage into Earth. (for free in the Sample Version), ? None
Water Charm
Water Charm
Transforms all shield crystals in the stage into Water. (for free in the Sample Version), ? None
Fire Charm[5] Transforms all shield crystals in the stage into Fire. ? None
Metal Charm[5] Transforms all shield crystals in the stage into Metal. ? None
Boss Life Drain[5] Reviving during a boss battle will cause damage to the boss. ? None
Cordelia's Blessing[5] If you are defeated without any stocks left, you have a 20% chance of being revived anyway. ? None

Brave StonesEdit

Name Sprite Description Location Bonus
No Stocks
No Stocks
You begin the stage with no stocks. (for free in the Sample Version), ? 25%
Expensive Stocks[5]
Expensive Stocks
Increases the number of crystals you need for a stock by 100. ? 20%
Double Damage
Double Damage
You take double damage from attacks. (for free in the Sample Version), ? 25%
No Revivals[5]
No Revivals
You cannot revive after being knocked down. ? 25%
No Guarding[5]
No Guarding
Guarding does not protect you from harm. ? 20%
No Petals
No Petals
All life petals are transformed into crystals, making it much harder to heal damage. (for free in the Sample Version), ? 50%
Time Limit
Time Limit
A countdown timer appears. If it runs out, you receive no crystal bonus. (for free in the Sample Version), ? 25%
Gem Booster
Gem Booster
Increases your crystal bonus by 10%. (for free in the Sample Version), ? 10%

Fusion StonesEdit

Name Sprite Description Condition Bonus
One Hit KO[5]
One Hit KO
You always have an empty life meter. Full Revivals + No Revivals 100%
Enemy Armor[5] All enemies have twice as much vitality. ? 50%
Items To Bombs[5]
Items To Bombs
All item containers are transformed into bombs. ? 50%

Characters Edit

Returning CharactersEdit

New Characters Edit

Voice Actors Edit

  • Dawn M. Bennett as Sash Lilac[7]
  • Amanda Lott as Carol Tea[7]
  • Aimee Smith as Milla Basset[7]
  • Ashlyn Selich as Neera Li[7]
  • Jason Lord as General Gong / Serpentine[7]
  • Christopher Sabat as Sergeant Askal[7]
  • Edwyn Tiong as the Royal Magister[7]
  • Sean Chiplock as King Dail / Spade[7]
  • Alejandro Saab as Mayor Zao[7]
  • Josh Grelle as Captain Kalaw[7]
  • Lindsay Jones as Corazon Tea[7]
  • Morgan Berry as Merga[7]
  • Sarah Ann Williams as Aaa[7]
  • Victoria Vitti as Cordelia / Pangu / Syntax[7]
  • Stephen DiDuro as the Bird Officer[7]
  • Christopher Guerrero as the Battlesphere Announcer[7]
  • Marissa Lenti as Maria Notte[8]

Art GalleryEdit

VideosEdit

 

TriviaEdit

References Edit

  1. The Sample Version on the Freedom Planet 2 website.
  2. Freedom Planet 2 on Steam Greenlight
  3. 3.0 3.1 We have been Greenlit!
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 Freedom Planet 2 - About
  5. 5.00 5.01 5.02 5.03 5.04 5.05 5.06 5.07 5.08 5.09 5.10 5.11 5.12 5.13 5.14 5.15 5.16 5.17 5.18 5.19 Information acquired by hacking the Freedom Planet 2 Sample Version
  6. Freedom Planet 2 In-Depth Interview w/ Creator & Voice Cast!
  7. 7.00 7.01 7.02 7.03 7.04 7.05 7.06 7.07 7.08 7.09 7.10 7.11 7.12 7.13 7.14 7.15 The Characters section on the Freedom Planet 2 website.
  8. About Maria Notte on the GalaxyTrail twitter.

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