Spore is considered by many as one of the biggest let-downs in gaming (second place after No Man’s Sky). Before it was released, it was hyped to absolute limits by the publisher. Pre-release hype was off the charts. The game was often dubbed as Sim Everything due to its unbelievable scope. You begin as a microscopic organism, evolve into an aquatic fish-like animal and then leave the water to continue your journey. Despite having so much, it offered so little but it wasn’t an entirely bad game. So, what about Spore 2?

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A Spore 2 petition is suddenly gaining popularity recently

“I think that it is safe to say that we all want at least some sort of update to Spore. The fact of the matter is that Spore is outdated, what we need is a Spore 2. If EA won’t make one because they think that it wouldn’t sell well, then let’s show them just how wrong they are! This is a campaign for Spore 2, to show EA that we want one.”

Spore 2 would be more like the 2005 version of Spore that was never released, with a few things from the community. The cell stage would not differ greatly from 2005 Spore. The cell parts would now have sliders similar to how the creature parts do. There will also be a few new parts to add greater diversity to the cells. Cells can now be published and can populate others games.

You will start out as an aquatic creature and you can choose to either evolve into a land creature or stay aquatic. If you stay an aquatic creature you can play the rest of the stages underwater. You can live in herds, nests, or be a lonely creature.

The tribal stage would be a lot more in depth than it is currently. There will be a hut editor, war mounts, a domesticated creature editor, more tools and weapons, a tool creator, a language creator, and various other things. You will start out very basic, with only a hut. As you progress though the stage things will become more complex and you will get access to better features. Other tribes will also interact with each other.

Let us know your thoughts on the possibility of Spore 2.


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