After five years, puzzle adventure game Floor Plan (2016) is finally getting a much-deserved sequel, promising far greater freedom of movement and improved gameplay mechanics.
Featuring familiar escape room-style puzzle mechanics, Floor Plan 2 will put you in the shoes of a newly hired employee who has been tasked by his boss to retrieve a lost treasure that will save the entire company from bankruptcy. But here’s a twist: each floor of the building leads to another world, one stranger than the other.
If the premise of the game sounds a bit random, that’s because the game’s developers, Turbo Button, don’t want you to take it too seriously. This time around, you’ll be able to step outside the elevator and explore multiple worlds where nobody speaks your language and both time and space are fluid.
According to the game’s developers, Floor Plan 2 should offer around four hours of gameplay depending on how much you rush through the game, but you can look forward to remixes of completed puzzles once you’re done with the game, so there will be at least some replayability.
The game is set to release on Quest and PC VR headsets on April 1st, 2021, and it will cost $25. The PSVR version doesn’t have a concrete release date yet, but the developers have stated that it is definitely coming in the near future.
Turbo Button’s most recent release was Along Together, a VR puzzle-platforming adventure where you play as a kid’s imaginary friend, guiding your young friend to explore extraordinary worlds. The game was received positively by players and professional reviewers alike, enjoying a respectable rating of 8 out of 10 on Steam.