In my opinion, Chapter Two is a dramatic improvement over the 2021 version of Nevermore. This is probably because of the new location, but I think the actors improved for me, as well.
The new maze feels much more closed in. Guests don't have the space to avoid the actors and there is much less freedom of movement and sense of an ability escape. The rooms were also darker, making everything seem more sinister. Like all of the houses, the maze was well-staffed and the actors were already using creative dialogue.
I am admittedly not a fan of vignette-based houses, where every room stands alone. I prefer a single story that develops as you progress through the maze, allowing your fear to grow as you are forced forward. So, perhaps others will find this legitimately clever house scarier than I. But for me, it is interesting and dark, but fails to evoke any sustained anxiety.