Electronic Arts recently unveiled Unravel Two, a successor to its 2016 indie puzzle-based platforming game, as a part of its E3 2018 showcase. This latest entry revives the adorable "Yarny" for a new set of adventures, with new locations, puzzles, and a seamless local co-op mode.
One of the biggest surprises of the show was Unravel Two's availability, with the game already up for download on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Players can now dive in Yarny's latest adventure, with the game retailing for $19.99 across digital storefronts.
Xbox One players can now download the game via the Microsoft Store, with a price cut to $17.99 offered to EA Access subscribers. The game also offers Xbox One X enhancements which bump the game the 4K resolution, although High Dynamic Range (HDR) support appears to be absent.
To download and play Unravel Two today, head to the game's Xbox One listing on the web or your console.
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