Monoco 2, Stray Gods, And More Announced From Humble Publishing
The publishing arm of Humble Games has announced its 2022 slate with a high-profile indie sequel and a musical RPG.
Humble Games has announced its upcoming publishing plans for 2022 and beyond, including the company gaining the rights to the heist franchise Monaco. As part of that deal a sequel is coming, titled Monaco 2, with series creator Andy Schatz returning as the creative director. No release date has been given for Monaco 2.
Humble also announced it will be publishing Stray Gods, the new title for the Summerfall Studios "adventure musical" that was previously named Chorus. The game will feature composer Austin Wintory and the voices of Troy Baker and Laura Bailey.
The company will be publishing Coral Island, a farming/life sim that also has you protect endangered barrier reefs surrounding your island community; Moonscars, a 2D Souls-like; Ghost Song, a Metroidvania; Signalis, a survival horror game; Infinite Guitars, a rhythm-based RPG; Chinatown Detective Agency, a noir point-and-click adventure; and The Iron Oath, a tactical fantasy RPG.
Chinatown Detective Agency is coming April 7, and The Iron Oath will begin early access on PC on April 19. Signalis is coming in Fall 2022, and Moonscars is targeting a 2022 release. The other games announced under the publisher have not been given release dates yet.
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