Yupitergrad 2: The Lost Station Arrives on Steam

After its release on Pico, Meta Quest 2, Meta Quest Pro and HTC XR Elite, players will now be able to swing around Yupitergrad 2: The Lost Station on the Steam platform. The game has been well received on the aforementioned platforms, so a similar reaction is expected from PC VR gamers.

This action-adventure sequel to the first Yupitergrad provides plenty of entertainment, along with the unique movement mechanics in VR. Swinging on ropes or navigating in the space station area using jet nozzles are just a few fun ways players can travel and explore the area.

Yupitergrad 2: The Lost Station does not lack in combat opportunities and players face hostile drones. This metroidvania-style environment is filled with puzzle-solving elements that players will need to solve to overcome challenges and move forward with the game.

Yupitergrad 2: The Lost Station screenshot

Yupitergrad 2: The Lost Station Updates

The Steam release includes all of the latest updates released for the game. The most recent update, Cosmic Clarity, includes map navigation and guidance improvements, as well as overall QOL gaming experience. Lighting effects, optimisation, revamped skybox and minor bug fixes are just some of the few changes. The full list can be seen below:

  • Adding goal locations in part of the objectives to better guide the player;
  • Multiple signposts changes to improve the navigation and experience of travelling around the space station;
  • Multiple visual map improvements, to make the map even more readable and easy to use;
  • Totally revised skybox that makes outer space look beautiful, fun and mysterious;
  • Unification of the text on all in-game screens;
  • Improved in-game lighting, so that the locations gain more atmosphere;
  • Minor decoration changes;

As stated above, the game is already available for multiple VR platforms and now for PC VR players. Despite the original Yupitergrad launching on PlayStation VR, there’s currently no word on a console release for Yupitergrad 2: The Lost Station.

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