What is Cytus 2 Game?
From the opening song to all the chapters, Cytus 2 is a masterpiece. Adroit artists initially compose the music produced in Cytus 2.
In the distant future, robots are taking charge of the world. As new emotions take part in the human mind, old memories fade away. To prevent memories from blench, robots are now converting the emotions to music and accumulating them in a place called Cytus.
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A Complete Guide About How to play Cytus 2
Cytus II game is easy to play. But there are some important points to consider before you give it a go.
- Role of Active Scan Line
The whole gameplay of Cytus 2 lies on the Active Scan Line, which moves up and down across the play screen. On this scan line player, tap on circular objects, known explicitly as Notes. As the Active Scan Line passes over, try to tap notes quickly to produce deep music. Understand each type of note which we discussed in the game features and apply every note specifically.
- Timed Finger Action
The main idea of Cytus 2 gameplay is to tap on circles in time with music play. It would be best if you move your fingers quickly, and you can also produce a combo by tapping different circles instantly. As you unlock more songs, game mechanics might get bitter complicated. All you need to do is increase your finger movements with each new level.
- Differentiate Notes by colors
Below are the color tricks to click notes in the rising and falling line in Cytus 2.
- The notes which you need to tap in the falling line are colored green and yellow.
- The notes you need to hit in the rising line are colored purple and blue.
- Unlock New Characters
Although you are provided with playable characters at the start of the game, if you need more, you can get new characters in the Black Market. Cytus 2 has 20 playable characters, including 7 free characters, 11DLC characters, and 1 limited-time DLC character.
- Increase Character’s level
In Cytus 2, you can level up any character by successfully playing their songs. Each new level unlocks a new piece of the puzzle.
- Visit iM
In Cytus 2, while playing between tracks, the player can visit iM, a virtual message board that slowly unfolds the game story. On this board, fans and fellows discuss their favorite artists and many more. If the player unlocks a new track in the game, it instantly pops up in iM, where virtual fans are already debating the music merits.
- Monitor notes and speed
You can create a new note and optimize the speed of the judgment line. To get the new note, slide note and long-press the note. Speed dynamics can be monitored while playing a song from slowing to speeding or vice versa with the help of an added difficulty mode called “Chaos.” Another added difficulty is a glitch, about which I’ll guide you later in this article. Hitting the note will increase your score.
- Don’t forget to save your speed
In the Cytus 2, you can save your progress by syncing it with the Google account. The benefit of doing this, you can access your game from where you left on any device.
- Earn good scores
Each note has a specific rating level, which might be perfect, good, bad, or miss. If you hit consecutive notes with different ratings, the score will be the combination of both. For insane: if you tap good and perfect note consecutively, the score boost will increase as the combination rises.
- Rate your points as grade
In Cytus 2, you get scores out of 1,000,000, and a minimum of 70,000 must be cleared. You will receive the following grades according to your score.
- Fail: If a song isn’t clear.
- Grade C: If you gain 700,000 points.
- Grade B: If you obtain 800,000 points.
- Grade A: If you come up with 900,000 points.
- Grade S: If you secure 900,000 points.
- Million Master: If you are topper with 1,00,000 points.
- Rate your success as the percentage
In Cytus 2, a secondary securing system also exists, known as TP (Technical Points). It brings a new strict ratting called “Rainbow perfect”, on the disappearing note shown as the rainbow outline. Moreover, TP depends only on note accuracy/rating and is specified as a percentage.