Conduit 2 turns everything up to eleven

By Brenna Hillier, Thursday, 24 February 2011 02:36 GMT

High Voltage’s David Pellas has counted up his favourite things, and shoved them all into Conduit 2.

Speaking to Joystiq, Pellas made a roll call of additions to the sequel, including sprinting; alternate fire; a sniper rifle; female multiplayer skins; split screen multiplayer; a Horde-style co-op mode; boss battles; and upgradable, persistent characters.

On top of that the sequel does some good old fashioned one-upping, by counting up the number of, say, weapons in the first game, and then adding some more.

Joystiq arranged the pretinent figures into a rather delightful table, as seen below.

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Conduit 2

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The Conduit

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