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If you’ve been eagerly awaiting the second part to Bloom Digital’s senior dating sim game Later Daters, then that wait is almost over! We’ve been excited to get back into the virtual old folks’ dating world since our review of part one and with it launching on Steam and Switch on October 29th, we can soon learn what Esther has planned for the remainder of her rowdy week.

Here’s the full press release:

The sexy senior dating sim Later Datersaims to conquer new (and old) hearts alike and send them over the moon with the launch of Part 2 this October 29th on Steam and Switch. The second installment of the swooning rom-com game features four brand-new episodes filled with laughter, tears, wholesome romance, topped off with a dash of extraordinary adventure.

To get in the mood for lovin’ once again, be sure to check out the newest Later Daters trailer.

The alluring adventure picks up following the player’s arrival at the Ye OLDE retirement community in Later Daters: Part 1. Rejoin eight fetching silver foxes as they explore their desires during the sunsets of their lives, with flirting and dating across various intertwining stories and inclusive relationships. Be prepared for a healthy dose of drama as the newfound group of friends and lovers navigate relationship pitfalls and midnight rendezvous. It’s best to keep two feet on the ground… or not, as a fired-up Later Daters: Part 2 promises to take the player to completely new heights! 

Spanning several individual chapters, Later Daters: Part 1 and 2 allow players to customize their own look, name, romance history, gender and even choose a pet companion who will accompany them on their journey. The game’s story is about accepting life’s fragile nature and choosing to live boldly, regardless of the circumstances. And, most importantly, that it’s never too late for love.

Source: Bloom Digital PR

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Posted by Alex Harding

Lover of chocolate and admirer of video games, Alex is the chief writer/editor of Switchaboo.