At the end of 2019, Rayark announced Deemo II, a sequel to the extremely popular free-to-play rhythm game Deemo. Now, Rayark has released a new trailer for the game, showing off the main character, the setting, and giving us a look at Deemo himself. You can also pre-register on Google Play, allowing you to stay informed as to when the game is dropping.
The original Deemo was a piano rhythm game, focusing around players completing a series of musical challenges alongside the eponymous supernatural being. The game was incredibly popular, gaining over 10 million players and launching on iOS, Android, PS Vita, Switch, and PS4
We’re not sure how Deemo II is going to play currently, or much about it in general, apart from the fact that you will play a young girl, as in the original, and if the concept art is anything to go by, that the setting will somehow revolve around a train station. The art style has also changed to a Studio Ghibli-esque look. The only thing for sure is that Deemo, the supernatural being that gives the title its name, will return.
The new trailer also launched on Deemo’s official website, and you can watch it below:
As of now, Android is the only confirmed platform, but considering the original was also on iOS, it wouldn’t be a stretch to expect it to launch there as well. The game is still in development, so it might be a little while before we see anything new, but the trailer’s setting and art style are enough to get excited about.