The Surge 2 Has Gone Gold

You've been approved to hack limbs off this September.

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As is customarily the case with games after they pass certification and are approved for manufacturing and distribution, upcoming third-person action-RPG The Surge 2 has gone gold. Charge your controllers and fine-tune you hand-eye coordination ahead of the game's PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One launch on September 24.

The game's official Twitter account shared the news, congratulating all of the developers at Deck13 Interactive for their long and hard work. Along with the tweet came an accolades trailer with a bunch of pull quotes from various outlets like Eurogamer and IGN Spain.

Pre-orders for The Surge 2, which retails for approximately $60 USD / £50 GBP / $90 AUD, are available now. Doing so secures you the exclusive URBN Gear Pack, which comes packaged with the well-used Cutter from The Surge, a full-body armor set, the URBN Judgement Axe, the URBN Skimmer Drone, a Radar Module, and a unique online message icon.

We had the opportunity to go hands-on with a preview demo of The Surge 2. While we found combat to be an improvement over its predecessor, our experience with The Surge 2 demo was hampered by the lack of enemy variety. We said of the demo, "It's disappointing to not see more unique enemy types in the early hours of The Surge 2. Hopefully, more will be added further into the story, as some of the battles near the end of The Surge 2 demo were beginning to feel repetitive."

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