Average Playtime: 4 hours

Atonement 2: Ruptured by Despair

Add to
My games
Add to
Save to

Click to rate



The highly anticipated sequel to Atonement: Scourge of Time finally comes to Steam!

General Features:
  • Direct sequel to Atonement: Scourge of Time.
  • Explore the alternate timeline, where the final outcome of the first game took a grimmer turn. Characters you’ve known already will not be the same. Friends will become enemies, and enemies will become friends.
  • Regenerating energy battle mechanic is back! Carefully manage how you spend your energy as some skills can leave you dry very fast!
  • No level ups or experience points! Similar character progression to City of Chains – gain skill points upon completing quests and choose which battle skills or passive abilities to learn.
  • Non-linear gear progression. Equipment system now consists of enchantments that you can find all over the world. Use these to customize your character’s offensive and defensive bonuses to your liking.
  • All enemy encounters are visible, so you can tackle them when you’re ready. Some passive abilities will allow you to bypass battles without needing to fight.
  • In addition to the main party’s story arc, witness flashbacks from a distant past, where you get to control a second party of characters. Any decisions you make during these scenes will have an impact on the present.

Three weeks have passed since the events of Atonement: Scourge of Time. The world was saved… or so it seemed. Whilst keeping a low profile, Elleria began to notice strange occurrences – ominous dreams, a persistent weakness, and mysterious portals coming out of nowhere.

Before long, she and her allies find themselves in an alternate timeline – a timeline where events took a grimmer and more depressing turn, with familiar characters no longer being the same, and Elleria herself being at the centre of it all.

Wanting nothing more than to simply return to her home timeline, Elleria will have to face her fears, her lineage, and herself, in order to overcome treacherous hazards, eldritch secrets, fallen angels, overwhelming odds, and maybe, just maybe, save others in the process.

To check out the original Atonement title, please head on over to the existing store page: http://store.steampowered.com/app/385070/
Release date
Astronomic Games
New Reality Games
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP or above
  • Processor: Intel Pentium 4 2.Ghz or above
  • Graphics: Minimum 640x480 Desktop Resolution
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Stereo Sound
Edit the game info
Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

Where to buy


Top contributors


1 edit


1 edit
Evolution of RPG Maker Engine Games 1998-2019
Mar 30, 2019
'Atonement 2: Ruptured by Despair' Game Trailer
Oct 3, 2016
Matthew Ashw...
Intellivision Amico, o novo console - 25/10/2018 - Mesa do Fliper
Oct 26, 2018
Mesa do Fliper - 18/10/2018 - Escravidão moderna
Oct 19, 2018
Massive Steam Game Giveaway || 100 Steam Games || Giveaway Ended
May 14, 2017
Red Death - Steam Game Trailer
Mar 26, 2017
Games Traile...
View all videos
62 items
Solid Defence
Defeat Nodan on Normal difficulty or above without any of the party members getting K.O.
Sorak's Ring
Acquire Sorak's Ring relic.
Blood Brothers
Uncover the fate of this timeline's Kizu and Habach.
The Cleansing
Destroy all 3 ratman nests in the Capital Streets.
Abomination Slayer
Defeat the Abomination on Dismal difficulty.
view all achievements
34 items

Atonement 2: Ruptured by Despair reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
If you liked the first game (like I do), then you will also like this second part. Most dungeons are relatively short so you won’t run around in circles like in some other games. Since there are no random encounters but only the enemies senn and placed on the map, you won’t have to grind all day either. In the first game, you had the chance to play it again with the second team and it was different enough to be worth doing that. But maybe few people did, so in this part there are some shorter sections where you switch to a second team. I‘m not the biggest fan of dark grey/brown dungeons, but since it fits the setting, one can’t really complain about that.
Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Competent but ambitious The Mix of Atonement: Scourge of Time and City of Chains has been implemented competently and will certainly bring Some Joy to fans of maker RPGs. Unfortunately, Atonement 2: Ruptured by Despair misses too many Chances and is therefore weaker than it could be. The Complexity of the Choices & Consequences and the game Mechanics taken over does not approach a City of Chains. Fans of the first Atonement part, on the other hand, are disappointed by the Abandonment of the perspective system. This would have offered so damn good in the second Part! But at least a very well-balanced Level of Difficulty is offered, which ensures some challenging Lap fights. In Addition, Atonement 2 does not seem as unrefined as a City of Chains. And so things balance out again. The Bottom Line Is another good Title from Astronomic Games. And if ambitions are finally aligned higher, then an Atonement 3 could even rise to a really great RPG maker game. Pro and Cons: Pro:-three different Levels of difficulty (generally very exemplary Balanced difficulty level)-accustomed to uncomplicated Control via Keyboard or Controller-neat mix of The Game elements of Atonement 1 and City of Chains Neutral:-Choices & Consequences of the Acaldia sections are little more than small Gimmicks-Graphics and Sound are based only on the prefabricated extension packs of the RPG maker-extremely linear counter:-the Plot seems quite superfluous and their interesting Basic Concept wasn't really used-the Concept of experiencing the Action from two Perspectives was unfortunately jettisoned, which, given the Plot around two different Elerias, makes no Sense and represents a real missed Opportunity-of the West Added Graphic kit Is not yet so worn out, but rather unattractive-playing Time with 7-8 Hours somewhat briefly fell short The full Review: http://www.gamecontrast.de/atonement-2-ruptured-by-despair-review/#more-63902
read more