The Surge 2 ‘You Are What You Kill’ trailer

Pick your loadout in the most violent way possible.

The Surge 2

Publisher Focus Home Interactive and developer Deck13 have released a new trailer for action RPG The Surge 2 dubbed “You Are What You Kill.”

Here is an overview of the trailer and game, via Focus Home Interactive:

The Surge 2 brings the nanomachine nightmare of Jericho City to players everywhere on September 24 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. To survive this brutal world you will need new equipment—and The Surge franchise’s iconic limb-cutting mechanics provide just such an opportunity. In this new video see how every weapon, every piece of enemy armor and equipment can be targeted, torn off, and equipped to your exo-rig. This produces new builds, letting you destroy your enemies in ever-more-satisfying ways.

Combat in The Surge 2 is quick, brutal, and packed with decision making. With new and deadly techniques like directional parries, drones, and brand new weapon types, The Surge 2 upgrades everything. Your style is your own, from picking implants and armor set bonuses to how you use energy, stamina, health or ammunition. Combined with an intricate world to explore and incredible, unique bosses, The Surge 2 is an action-RPG experience like no-other.

The Surge 2 is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on September 24.

Watch the trailer below.

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