Puyo Puyo Tetris 2 – final update adds four playable characters, Spectator Mode, and more on March 4

Plus PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 cross-generation online multiplayer.

Puyo Puyo Tetris 2

Sega will release the third and final free update for Puyo Puyo Tetris 2 on March 4, which adds four new playable characters, cross-generation multiplayer support on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4, four new background tracks, a Spectator Mode, and the “Super Spicy” difficulty level, the company announced.

In total, the update includes:

  • Four New Characters
    • Harpy (voiced by Risa Taneda)
    • Ragnus (voiced by Akira Miki)
    • Legamunt (voiced by Yuuki Ishikari)
    • Rozatte (voiced by Shuusaku Shirakawa)
  • Cross-Generation Multiplayer – PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 users can now play together online. Various leaderboards are now also shared between PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4.
  • Four New Songs
    • “Koisuru Saikyou Kakutou Joou” from Puyo Puyo!!‘s Rulue battle
    • “Puyo! Boss Manzai (Demo from Puyopuyo)” from Puyo Puyo!!‘s boss skit
    • “Lets! Saishuu Puyo Shoubu!” from Puyo Puyo 7‘s last boss battle
    • “Escape from the City – Cash Cash RMX” from Sonic Generations
  • Spectator Mode – A “Spectator Mode” has been added to watch online “VS” and “Skill Battle” matches.
  • Super Spicy Difficulty – “Super Spicy” bosses are even more difficult than the already difficulty “Spicy” bosses, but defeating them has a high chance of earning you a high level item card.

Puyo Puyo Tetris 2 is available now for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch worldwide, and will launch for PC via Steam on March 23.

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