'Zeno Clash II' announced, set to release in 2013

Zeno Clash II announced by ACE Team. The first-person brawler is scheduled to release next year for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.

Atlas today announced Zeno Clash II which is scheduled to release on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC in 2013.

Zeno Clash II is the sequel to the award-winning first-person melee brawler from developers ACE Team. The game will offer full drop-in, drop-out co-op multiplayer.

Fans will also now be able to explore the setting of Zenozolk, which is described as an open world that users can "fully and freely explore."

The original Zeno Clash released to PC in 2009, followed by an XBLA release in 2010.


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