Christine Love, creator of such interactive fiction works as Digital: A Love Story and Analogue: A Hate Story, has announced a sequel to Analogue with Hate Plus, due this summer on PC and Mac.
According to Love's official site, Hate Plus will continue right where Analogue left off and will explore the backstory of the AI *Mute. Like Analogue, this will have players investigating what happened to a patriarchal society isolated in a remote spacecraft for hundreds of years. "It plays similarly to Analogue, but instead of your AI companion simply showing you files they've picked, you'll have to investigate yourself, and discover what happened together," noted Love.
Hate Plus will feature new art, music and an improved UI along with more writing than Analogue - which is a lot.
Eurogamer contributor Phill Cameron was fond of Analogue: A Hate Story and awarded it a 7/10 in his review where he noted, "If you're interested in dystopian sci-fi and intriguing mysteries and like getting angry about patriarchal misogyny, then it's certainly something you could enjoy."