HuniePop 2 Delayed to 2019; Jessie and Lola Will Return from the First Game

Developer HuniePot finally delivered some news about the sequel of the popular puzzle dating sim HuniePop, including a delay to next year.

on August 18, 2018 3:52 PM

Today HuniePot, developer of the popular puzzle dating game HuniePop, finally provided an update about the upcoming HuniePop 2.

First of all, we learn that among the twelve girls that will appear in the game (plus the love fairy Kyu), some will come directly from HunieCam Studio (which we already knew) but two will return from the first HuniePop, Jessie and Lola.

We also learn that the game is a direct sequel of the first title, set two years after. The game will be set in a vacation resort, meaning that it will include plenty of new locations.

There is also an update on the release window. HuniePop 2 was supposed to launch in late 2018, but now it has been delayed to 2019. The launch window will be narrowed down as we get closer to it, and no dates will be shared until they’re set in stone.

Info on the story, interactions, and new gameplay systems will be shared soon.

Interestingly, we learn that “if Steam’s current policy stands,” the game will be released on Valve’s platform fully uncensored. Players will be given the option to censor the game in the settings if they so wish. There will be plenty of 18+ content, and it’ll be accessible faster than in the first title of the series.

There will also be an option to play as a girl, and the game will still be fully voiced. Lola and Jessie will be voiced by their original actress by the HunieCam Studio girls might be recast.

Last, but not least, we get the introduction of a new character, Polly Bendleson. She is a beauty YouTuber, but she packs a surprise. I’ll let you discover what that is in the video.

You can check out the video below, keeping in mind that it’s slightly unsafe for work (no actual nudity is involved) and comes with a bit of a language warning as well.

HuniePop 2 will be released for PC and Mac, but the developer is looking into other platforms as well. We’ve added a video clip below, as a warning, you probably shouldn’t open it at work.

 /  Executive News Editor
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