HuniePop 2 Reveals a New “Mature” Character Brooke, Hinting at Possible Audrey Inclusion

HuniePop 2 is getting another new character, and this one is a doozy. Brooke Belrose, Audrey's aunt by marriage, is looking for some excitement.

on November 4, 2018 8:45 PM

2019 is nearing closer every day, and with that we are getting closer to HuniePop 2. The game, which comes after a small delay, is still in very active development — however, developer HuniePot let everyone know early that we would be seeing a new character reveal tonight: character

https://twitter.com/HuniePotDev/status/1059190445056581632

And waiting paid off! We now have Brooke Belrose, a “well-endowed” trophy wife who happens to be Audrey’s aunt with a penchant for wedge heels and plastic surgery:

This is definitely another deviation from the standard HuniePop character set (thanks to the relatively high age), but one that fans of the series will likely be able to get behind. Even better, fan-favorite character Audrey is Brooke’s niece by marriage. We can’t say for sure whether that means we will see an Audrey cameo, but fans will likely be keeping their fingers crossed.

Of course, this isn’t the only character surprise we got from developer HuniePot. At the same time of the delay’s announcement, we learned that Jessie and Lola (from the original HuniePop) will be returning in the game’s sequel. Also, we saw the introduction of Polly Bendleson who is a feminine newcomer with… a bit of a surprise.

The most recent announcement, however, is Lailani–an island girl who is very appropriate to HuniePop 2’s island setting:

As you can note from the small profile, Lailani is a young Polynesian girl who is “almost too nice.”

Despite a bit of a scare earlier this year that suggested that Steam would not be carrying games like HuniePop 2, Steam has since re-affirmed its policy so the game will come out fully uncensored. Obviously, those who choose to can change the censorship settings within the menu if they so desire.

HuniePop 2 will be released for PC and Mac in 2019, but the developer is looking into other platforms as well.

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Lou Contaldi is the Editor-in-Chief at DualShockers, specializing in both reviews and the business behind gaming. He began writing about tech and video games while getting his Juris Doctor at Hofstra University School of Law. He is maybe the only gaming journo based in Nashville, TN.