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Omori was released on Christmas day to much hype after an almost seven-year wait. Some players dove into the game immediately, some without regard to the possibility of multiple endings. The concept of multiple endings is great for replayability, especially if the execution is right during the course of the game. Making different decisions during a game could mean the difference between a good or bad ending.
Are There Multiple Endings In Omori?
Yes, one of the first features advertised for Omori was that there were going to be multiple endings in the game. That means, throughout the almost twenty-hour gameplay, you have to be conscious of the actions you’re taking in the game. Some might be subtle; some might be completely obvious. However, on the developer blog, it stated that Omori’s ending is based on one crucial final decision.
How Many Endings Are In Omori?
Since, according to Omori’s developer blog, you won’t have to focus on every decision you make in the game, you don’t have to replay the entire game to get alternate endings. Omori has three endings, a normal one, a good one, and a bad one. You will have to play through the game to see how you can affect which ending you get once you reach the end of Omori.
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