Fez II was announced by Polytron, at the Horizon indie game conference earlier today. Very little information on Fez II has been given beyond Polytron’s involvement. It is confirmed that composer, DisasterPeace, who composed the first game, will return for the sequel. No platforms or a release schedule have been announced. One thing we do know: developer Phil Fish prefers Roman Numerals over numbers.
Fez was originally announced by Phil Fish on July 17, 2007. The game had many delays but was first released on Xbox Live Arcade on April 13, 2012. Earlier this year, Steam and GOG versions were made for Microsoft Windows. In a Reddit AMA, Phil Fish said that Ouya, Mac OSX, and Linux versions were in production with the possibility of PlayStation Vita or console version in the future.
Phil Fish and Fez were featured in the documentary, Indie Game: The Movie created by James Swirsky and Lisanne Pajot.
Composer of the game DisasterPeace, released two remixes of the soundtrack: FZ: Side F and FZ: Side Z which respectively released before and after the release of Windows version of Fez.