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Unravel was a bit of a bummer. It was once one of my most anticipated games of the year, but after extremely middling reviews, I passed on playing it. EA seems to be giving the game another shot, however, as today they’ve confirmed that Coldwood is hard at work on Unravel 2.
EA confirmed this partnership in a post on their website, then clarified elsewhere it was for Unravel. There hasn’t been much information other than this, but hopefully the mechanics of the game get ironed out. Unravel still has a lot of promise, and I want to see more of Yarny.
But NOT CLARNY.
— Electronic Arts (@EA) January 15, 2016
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