Hello Neighbor 2 Is Opening Up Even More For Us To Test Out

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Pre-orders for Hello Neighbor 2 are kicking off with one of the bonuses giving us more Hello Neighbor to experience before the launch

The full game launch for Hello Neighbor 2 is coming at us more and more with each passing day as we head toward December 6th. That is the date that tinyBuild has it all listed down to hit the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC but what if there was a way to get your hands on it all a bit early. I am not talking just with the Early Access for Hello Neighbor 2, but in terms of a new closed beta that you can get access to. That is, if you want to pre-order the game now and just make sure you are securing your place in the game. Before you worry, though, there is something set up to make sure nothing will be spoiled in the final game for you.

As of right now, you can pre-order two different packages for Hello Neighbor 2. One being the standard game that will give you the above access and the game, while the other also tosses in five days of Early Access and three new bits of DLC to add on at launch. Not a bad shake for pre-orders, but the catch most will look at is the beta side of things, as that can and usually will ruin parts of a game. For Hello Neighbor 2, that does not look like it will be the case as it will not even be part of the core game, but portions of it so you can try out the mechanics and a few other aspects that will have no bearing on the final story. All so you can get the mechanics under control but still have a full game, and DLC, worth of mystery to solve. The following Developer Blog offers up a little more insight into all of that.

Hello Neighbor 2 — Pre-Orders & Beta

Hello Neighbor 2 pre-orders are now live!

Get immediate access to the exclusive Beta with your Standard or Deluxe Edition pre-order on Xbox, PlayStation, EGS, & Steam!

Edition Info:

  • Standard Edition: Get immediate Beta access on Pre-Order completion + full game on launch.
  • Deluxe Edition: immediate Beta access on Pre-Order completion, full game on launch, + 5 days of Early Access & 3 brand new DLC on the full game launch!

Will you be going all-in on these pre-orders or will you still hold off for the final build of Hello Neighbor 2? Do you think having DLC at the launch of the game will put some off or will it truly entice you to pay more at launch? Will mastering some of the mechanics in the game still spoil the learning curve of it all or does that even matter to the players of this IP? Let us all know down in the comments what your thoughts on this are and then feel free to discuss it all. We will have more to share for Hello Neighbor 2, so please be sure to keep checking back in for all of that and much more. I am sure that you will not want to miss out on a single thing.