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The Lion’s Song Episode 2 is Available Now

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The Lion’s Song Episode 2 is Available Now

It was announced today by the Austrian developer Mipumi Games, the launch of the second episode of their narrative series The Lion’s Song for PC on Steam. In Episode 2 – Anthology players dive into the creative world and mental struggle of a young painter named Franz, who has the gift to see the deepest layers of his subjects’ personalities.

Check out th launch trailer of The Lion’s Song: Episode 2, featuring the games’ story:

“The second instalment is available for €3,99 / $3,99 / £3,49 or via a Season Pass for €9,99 / $9,99 / £8,99. The Season Pass includes Episode 2 as well as the next two episodes. You can try the first episode – Silence for free on Steam.

“Whereas Episode 1 of The Lion’s Song was focused on a lonely cabin in the Alps, Episode 2 lets players dive into the high society of Vienna’s artistic elite by visiting different locations and encountering several real historical figures”, says Mipumi CEO Gregor Eigner. “We listened to our fans and put a lot of love and effort into offering various branching paths, making sure the game offers even more surprises and different playthroughs. You will even see your choices changing the game world if you jump back into previously played episodes.”

The Lion’s Song: Episode 2 – Anthology advances into the depths of the human psyche, uncovered by visual artist Franz Markert. Franz is an aspiring painter at the turn of the 20th century, desperate to gain recognition for his work and banish his own mental demons that are holding him back. His unique ability to perceive the flaws,fears and emotions in other people allows him to bring them – layer by layer – onto the canvas. Will he be able to impress the critics? Can Franz overcome his fears and self-doubt to finally see himself?”

For more information on The Lion’s Song: Episode 2, visit its Steam page.

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