Evil Genius 2: all the details on the arrival of the Rebellion title

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Rebellion, one of the most successful independent studios in Europe, announced today that its acclaimed evil simulator, Evil Genius 2, will arrive on consoles later this year. Outgoing on Xbox Game Pass, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S e PlayStation 4 e 5 in the fourth quarter of 2021, the title puts you in the role of the ultimate villain as you plot, plan and execute your plans for world domination.

Critics’ opinion on Evil Genius 2

Evil Genius 2 lets you unleash your own evil on humanity. Build your shelter, recruit and train a loyal servants and powerful henchmen to defend your base from the meddling of Forces of Justice. The title launched on PC earlier this year with the critical acclaim. Here’s what the press said about it:

“Take the franchise to the next level of world domination”
5/5 – The Gamer

“Beautifully structured, infinitely fun and with a surprisingly strong narrative drive”
8/10 – Metro

“It’s a constantly fun and devilishly irresistible game”
4/5 – The Guardian

“Evil Genius 2 is probably one of the best base builders I’ve ever played”
10/10 – The Digital Fix

The console release will make more players happy when it is available for Xbox Game Pass, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and PlayStation 4 and 5 in the fourth quarter of 2021.

For more information on the title visit EvilGeniusGame.com and follow the game on social media: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.

Watch the new trailer celebrating the announcement of the game’s arrival on console:

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