Developed by One More Level and published by 505 Games, Ghostrunner 2 is the direct sequel to the first chapter and, as such, takes up the game mechanics of its predecessor to renew them by also adding new features. What hasn't changed is the fact that we will have to face Ghostrunner 2 bosses in some levels.
In fact, as in the first chapter, in the 18 levels that you will need to see the credits, there will be several in which you will be called to fight against a boss. It certainly won't be an easy thing to do, but in this article, we will give you some initial general advice to follow to try to simplify things for you.
Ghostrunner 2 bosses
If you are curious to know which bosses you will have to face as Jack, this is the right article for you. In fact, below, you can find a list of all the bosses you will have to face in Ghostrunner 2:
As you can clearly see, in terms of numbers, you will not have to face a high number of Ghostrunner 2 bosses; however, this does not mean that your life will be easy. In fact, as was already the case with the first chapter, these are not at all simple battles to complete, especially given the fact that you can die in a single shot (like in the rest of the game, among other things). Consequently, you must always be very vigilant and careful so as not to make fatal mistakes that could cost you your life.
Our general advice that applies to all the boss fights you will have to face in Ghostrunner 2 is to always stay on the move and not stay still in one position for too long. Make use of dashes and jumps in order to move, and, if the type of boss fight allows it, also make use of shelters and handholds to hang from to take you to elevated positions that could be of advantage. Furthermore, you will also have to be very good at learning the attack patterns of your opponents so as to be ready for what you have to do.
These are just two of the general tips that you must absolutely follow if you want to have a chance of defeating the Ghostrunner 2 bosses and continuing the game. However, keep in mind that, in the event that you should die between one phase and another of a fight, don't worry too much: you won't have to repeat the entire battle from the beginning, but you will continue from the phase you arrived at. This is a game mechanic that certainly makes things easier, as you will be allowed to make mistakes without the repercussions being so serious.
Once you have managed to defeat the last boss of the game, who is none other than your main antagonist, you will be able to breathe a sigh of relief as poor Jack's adventures will have come to an end and therefore you will have completed your mission. However, if you want, given the level structure of the game, you can decide to replay any of the levels that make up the game to improve both your time and the number of deaths (as well as try to get all the collectibles and experiment with new attack strategies).