An early look at the new Figment 2: Creed Valley video game has been released before its launch this March.

Figment 2: Creed Valley will be released in March, which is slightly later than its originally planned February debut that was first announced at the Game Awards in 2020. Bedtime Digital wanted to make certain that their sequel was in top condition for its launch, and now only a month away, a cinematic preview will be shown highlighting the advances in gameplay.

Dusty and Piper make their return in Figment 2 with the aim of defeating the nightmares that have broken the Mental’s Moral Direction. To fix it, they must travel to Creed Valley, the source of all the Mental’s beliefs. Dusty has the optimal ability of getting rid of nightmares since they are the spirit of courage for the Mental, while Piper provides uplifting words and music when needed.

It is evident that the new Figment 2 game will be more music oriented than the first installment. Music has always been integral to the series, however, Figment 2 will possess musical boss battles. The trailer highlights one boss in particular, a giant melancholy bull that tramples its adversaries.

In contrast to the original game, Figment 2 will have an opposing force. An enigma of a two-faced individual, Jester, will bedevil Dusty as he advances through Creed Valley. This villain will assemble chaotic nightmares and powerful goons who will drive checkered pillars into the earth.

Figment 2: Creed Valley will be launched on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and personal computers on the 9th of March. You can request it to be added to your library on Steam at the moment.

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