Soda Dungeon

Soda Dungeon is back with more fizzy, sugary, dungeon-crawling goodness. Earlier today, Armor Games Studios announced it would be publishing Soda Dungeon 2 for a 2020 release.

Soda Dungeon had its debut in 2017. As a free-to-play game, it quickly garnered interest and captivated audiences with its quirky style. Soda Dungeon 2 will feature a completely new adventure while maintaining key features from the first installment.

Players will begin by serving local adventurers – or “soda junkies” – delicious sugary pop. Then players can hire said junkies to fight against The Dark Lord. By purchasing different types of soda, players can recruit a variety of soda junkies. From fighters to conjurers, there are a plethora of classes available. In addition, it’s possible to mix and match classes to create the perfect team of soda drinking killers.

Here’s a look at the teaser for Soda Dungeon 2.

AFK and game

The original’s turn-based gameplay system will remain the same in Soda Dungeon 2. And, at the end of each battle, the soda junkies will bring back loot to upgrade a player’s tavern and town. However, unlike Soda Dungeon, the sequel will allow players to build their home base. This includes the ability to construct buildings like a blacksmith forge, arena, or wizard shop. New armor and weapons will be introduced as well. Additionally, it will be easier than ever to play while AFK and let the AI take the wheel.

Players will be able to create custom behaviors for their party by using a new feature called Soda Script. In Soda Dungeon, there was an option to let the soda junkies fight automatically. While convenient, it often led to some easily avoidable upsets. Soda Dungeon 2 improves on this mechanic by letting players determine exactly how they want their junkies to fight when they’re not manually controlling their adventurers every battle. There will also be an option to gather resources without playing the game at all. Players can earn battle credits, which they can redeem for loot after returning to the game.

Armor Games has not announced an official release date for Soda Dungeon 2. It will, however, remain a completely free-to-play game. In addition, it will have cross-platform accessibility. Between playing on a mobile phone, tablet, or Steam, players can pick and choose how they play. To learn more about Soda Dungeon 2, you can check out the title’s Steam page.

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