Magicka 2

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The world’s most irreverent co-op action adventure returns!


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  • Adventure  
  • Paradox Interactive
  • 11/17/2015
  • English, German, French, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Polish, Italian, Spanish
  • Single-player
    Local Co-op
    Full Controller Support
Mild Language
The world’s most irreverent co-op action adventure returns! In the next chapter of Magicka, players ascend from the ruins of Aldrheim to experience a Midgård almost wiped free of Wizards after the Wizard Wars, with the few that do remain having either gone mad or extremely hostile toward all others.

To rid the world of evil, again, up to four Wizards, and their guide Vlad, will traverse Midgård armed with the next iteration of the famous Magicka dynamic spellcasting system, as players reprise their roles as the most overpowered, unpredictably funny Wizards ever known to fantasy!

Learn to Spell Again

As an all-powerful Wizard, you will have thousands of spells at your fingertips to experiment and defeat evil with, use them together with special Magicks to annihilate foes or give necessary aid to your companions.
• Combine up to five elements at a time and work together with—or against—your friends for that full Magicka co-op experience.
• Four Player Friendly Fire Compatible Co-op
• Full co-op support! All levels and game modes in Magicka 2 will be supported for four player co-op with hot join, checkpoints, and other supportive features and functionality.
• Friendly fire is always on, promoting emergent gameplay humor as players accidentally hurt or kill their friends in their attempts to annihilate enemies.

Be the Wizard You Want to Be!

With tons of robes, staffs, and weapons you can play as the robed Wizard of your choice to wreak havoc amongst hordes of fantasy creatures as you see fit. Magicka 2's dynamic spellcasting system can be used in many different ways, offering hours of experimentation for players to figure out which spells belong in their repertoire. Add both co-op and friendly fire on top of that and you have a recipe for hilarious disasters.

Replay the Next Chapter with Artifacts

Magicka 2 offers players a story-driven campaign mode set in a lush fantasy world influenced heavily by Nordic folklore. New to the franchise are "Artifacts," which act as different switches and options for players to customize and change the gameplay experience, adding more replayability when utilized.
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Windows Requirements:Important Notes:
OS: Windows 7 or Windows 8
CPU: 3GHz Dual Core (Intel Pentium G3220 or higher / AMD A4-4000 or higher)
GPU: Nvidia GeForce 550 or better / ATI Radeon HD 5850 or better
Hard Drive: 7 GB available space
Sound: DirectX Compatible Sound Card
  • Requires Steam and a Steam Account to play Windows version.
Linux Requirements:Important Notes:
OS: Ubuntu 12.04
Processor: Processor: CPU: 3GHz Dual Core (Intel Pentium G3220 or higher / AMD A4-4000 or higher)
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: Graphics: Nvidia GeForce 550 or better / ATI Radeon HD 5850 or better
  • Requires Steam and a Steam Account to play Linux version.

Downloadable Content For This Game (DLC)

DLCMagicka 2: Cardinal Points SuperpackReleased 9/15/2015$8.99$4.49
DLCMagicka 2: Ice, Death and FuryReleased 12/15/2015$9.99$4.99

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  1. Same-same, but different
    by Thalla, Germany - Jan 17th 2017

    The main difference to Magicka 1 is that this game is less enjoyable, because the spells are much more balanced. A huge part of the fun that was Magicka 1, to me, was the incredibly powerful, wacky, or ridiculous spells you could create. The second installment is much more down to earth, but, at release, was just as buggy at the first one. Skip this, unless you're a hardcore Magicka-fan

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  2. Play it!
    by Zoltán Uri, Hungary - Nov 28th 2016

    This game story of Magicka 1 was better, but this game is more optimalized than the old one. It's still a good game and an incredible co-op andventure. Still pretty good, just has a bad case of sequel syndrome.

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