‘Dust: An Elysian Tail’ Sequel & New Project Confirmed By Creator

Dean Dodrill has confirmed that a sequel to the extremely gorgeous action-platformer Dust: An Elysian Tail, will be in the works at some point.

Dust: An Elysian Tail was one of the best games to come out of 2012, with the game scoring a 9 on Analog Addiction. We have reached out to the solo creator Dean Dodrill on Twitter, he replied with some very interesting news regarding his future; and the future of the series.

This not only confirms that a new game in the Dust series will appear, but we will also be seeing another project from Dodrill. We have further inquired, asking when these projects could be seeing the light of day.

What could this brand new project be? Will the sequel feature Dust and Fidget? Or will it be a brand new take on this gorgeous universe? We will update you if we hear anymore, but until then keep it here on Analog Addiction for all things Dust.

Jamie Briggs manages Analog Addiction and you can like them on Facebook, follow his daily life on Twitter @JamieAA and his videos on YouTube.

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31 thoughts on “‘Dust: An Elysian Tail’ Sequel & New Project Confirmed By Creator

  1. Spent the time to get 117% on my first playthrough. The whole ending sequence floored me. The VA for Dust did a great job with expressing the anger during the final confrontation. I almost cried at the end, too.

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      • Bought the game on sale a week agol best purchase I made all year.
        Fidget cracked me up everytime over and over XDD
        Just finished the game and Im actually crying.

        Anyways, is there any news about this sequal game? (Im asking since this was published a year ago)

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        • Not that I’ve heard, Dean Dodrill does all his work solo (if he continues doing so in the sequel) so it may take longer.

          With the success of Dust being included on Games With Gold, I wouldn’t be surprised if we get a sequel before a new project. Plus he is bringing Dust to PS4 soon, I think we should expect more announcements next year.

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  3. I really really really loved this game it did indeed make me cry. such a great game best 15$ i have ever spent, maby that i ever will spend. cant wait for numbah 2.

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  4. OMFG! I want a sequel! NOW! it’s such a good game which made me CRY! the literall tears out of my face! I grew a bond with Dust himself too. Please a Date and NAME!

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  5. I have high hopes for the sequel to come. The graphics were simply gorgeous and I enjoyed the gameplay style! It was very much a challenge I appreciated in a videogame. Whichever direction he decides to take the next one, I will GLADLY buy it!

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  6. Considering there are. 5 blades of elysium, I’m guessing there’s a good chance of a new protaganist , new sword, and possibly a new helper, seeing as each of the blades has a guardian.

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  7. I loved the game but if they could make it super long like 30 hrs or make addons to the game also I loved how big the map is but I want them to make it bigger than the first one and there should be seperate completion for main quest and side over please let it happen for current gen and next

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  8. I loved that game and i think it would be cool to play as dust with a new outfit and new abilitys and stuff maybe a skill tree :)

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  9. I really really hope that the next one has dust and fidget in it! They left so many questions unanswered! And you just know that there is a sequel with how he ended it! Loved the art and everything.

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