Windjammers 2 adds Stadia version, delayed to early 2020

Introducing Loris Biaggi and Jao Raposa.

Windjammers 2

Windjammers 2 will launch for Stadia in addition to its previously announced Switch and PC platforms in early 2020, a delay from its previously planned 2019 release window, publisher and developer Dotemu announced during the latest Stadia Connect.

A new trailer introduces characters Loris Biaggi and Jao Raposa. Here is an overview of the characters, via Dotemu:

Making their grand entrance today are two brand new characters, Loris Biaggi and Jao Raposa. Biaggi is a freshly minted legend on the windjamming court, touting some seriously impressive blocking and shooting skills, Biaggi has been a lifelong athletic legend that will impress even the most die hard jammers. Jao spent his childhood in Brazil watching the original Windjammers’ Steve Miller own his opponents on the jammin’ court, and his special moves show just how much he admires his iidol. Both are absolute forces of nature on the windjamming court, so be prepared to harness their ultimate disc throwing prowesses.

And here is an overview of the game itself:

About

The legendary disc throwing game, Windjammers, is getting a sequel! Dotemu will officially toss Windjammers 2 onto your Nintendo Switch and PC in 2019!

Windjammers 2 will combine everything fans love about the classic title with entirely hand-drawn 2D animations to create the ultimate windjamming experience. The coming sequel will bring new stages and players, surprising and amazing new power moves and enhanced gameplay mechanics!

Key Features

  • Gorgeous hand-drawn 2D animations.
  • Brand new characters and stages.
  • New power moves.
  • Enhanced online multiplayer gameplay modes.
  • Local player-versus-player.

Watch the new trailer below.

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