What you need to know
- Monument Valley 2 has a new The Lost Forest chapter for people to play.
- The update is on collaboration with Plays4Forest with the aim of saving trees.
Hugely popular mind-bending game Monument Valley 2 has a new update in the App Store right now, with a whole new chapter added. Gamers can play The Lost Forest, an update that's in collaboration with Play4Forest.
The whole update is part of a larger Playing For The Planet Green Game Jam that everyone hopes will raise awareness of the importance of trees. Here's how Play4Forests — part of the UN — describes itself.
Our brand new chapter for Monument Valley 2 is OUT NOW! The Lost Forest is a special chapter we have created to help protect trees, as our contribution to the Playing For The Planet Green Game Jam!#monumentvalley2 #PlayingForThePlanet #GreenGameJam pic.twitter.com/CjqYvrZqUTOur brand new chapter for Monument Valley 2 is OUT NOW! The Lost Forest is a special chapter we have created to help protect trees, as our contribution to the Playing For The Planet Green Game Jam!#monumentvalley2 #PlayingForThePlanet #GreenGameJam pic.twitter.com/CjqYvrZqUT— ustwo games (@ustwogames) October 14, 2021October 14, 2021
The new update is free for everyone who already has the game, while everyone else can get in on the action for $1.99 in the App Store (opens in new tab) right now.
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