Fans will be delighted to know that The Surge 2 new screenshots have finally been released. Apparently, the controversial screenshots revealed shiny axes and trees.\r\n\r\nCurrently, the game is not on any top-ranking games\u2019 lists. Despite this, this sci-fi takes on the formula by Deck13 is way better than its predecessor.\r\n\r\nIts famous predecessor is the Lords of the Fallen. The game was received warmly, but many were not impressed with its gameplay. This time, fans are hoping that the developers will continue to improve on its sequel, The Surge 2.\r\n\r\nThe newly released screenshots from Deck13 Interactive were quite telling about the game\u2019s external environment. By merely skimming through it, fans can conclude that the developers worked hard in livening the game.\r\n\r\nIn some reviews circulating, it was mentioned that the first game was quite bland and industrial. It looks like it is set in a factory that underwent an explosion. Those who played the prequel would say that any changes that developers can implement in the game are most welcome.\r\n\r\nIn the sequel, the developers designed the new characters with Destiny quality. It has a fine glow and was added with some fantasy elements.\r\n\r\nAside from the screenshots, Deck13 Studios also released footage of the gameplay. The said footage only lasted less than one minute.\r\nSo by merely looking at the game\u2019s preview, many fans asked how is this sci-fi sequel holding up?\r\n\r\nThose who keenly scrutinized the short trailer claimed that the game\u2019s technology is clearly bad news.\r\n\r\nThey even said that if The Terminator was correct about one thing, it\u2019s the fact that it\u2019s not time travel. It was more of robots surpassing human\u2019s intelligence as they take over and rule the world.\r\n\r\nApparently, many are not aware, but The Surge already provided a gripping forecast of this concept in 2017. And with formula\u2019s help, they made a commonplace for Dark Souls.\r\n\r\nThis intensely challenging and tough action RPG will let players assume the character of a generic everyman. This man will find himself at an evil corporation\u2019s mercy.\r\n\r\nHe will eventually be left with no choice but to go all out and fight against the mechanical nightmares. The game is good; however, there are times that it\u2019s held back by uneven difficulty and its generic visual palette.\r\n\r\nThis is still good news. This only means that it has enough room for improvement. Just a few slight tucks and nips and it\u2019s on its way to greatness.