Flying Wild Hog's Shadow Warrior 2 has been out for a couple weeks now on PC. In that span of time, sales for the title are nearly quadruple that of the original that was released in 2013. We chalk it up to the inclusion of co-op this time around.
In the follow-up to their 2013 reboot, Flying Wild Hog has taken the foul-mouthed ninja Lo Wang in a new direction. Shadow Warrior 2 has more in common with titles like Diablo and Borderlands than it does with other FPS games like Call of Duty. It’s a shift that mostly works in its favor, too, as the gameplay is more engaging and the cooperat...
Lo Wang returns today on the PC in Shadow Warrior 2 and Nvidia has pushed out some new game drivers so you can get the best visual experience for the game. If you don't own the game, then not to worry as Nvidia may have you covered.
We're about two weeks away from Lo Wang's return in Shadow Warrior 2, and if you're in need of a little musical hype, then Devolver Digital, Flying Wild Hog, and rock legend Stan Bush have got you covered. You can pick up a special edition of the forthcoming title that not only includes the game, but a four track vinyl with Bush's vocals lovingly pressed into its grooves.
Fans of Flying Wild Hog's revamp of Shadow Warrior won't have to wait too much longer for the sequel, Shadow Warrior 2. The team has revealed that the title will be coming to PC on October 13, 2016.
When your name is "Lo Wang," you pretty much have to roll with it. The foul-mouthed hero of Shadow Warrior returns in Shadow Warrior 2, due out sometime in 2016 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. In addition to a slew of new features, weapons, enemies, and locations, SW2 introduces four player co-op to the mix, giving Wang three future-ninjas to kick it with. You and your companions can endure all of the painfully awkward comedy scraped straight from the bottom of the chuckle barrel.