Game 2 was considerably quieter than game 1, and considerably shorter.
Carlsen had the white pieces for game 2, and opened d4.
It seemed to me that Caruana came out of the opening quite comfortably, and posed some significant problems for Carlsen.
When the queens came off the board at move 24, Carlsen briefly had 2 pawns on the 6th rank, and it looked quite threatening. But his king was too far away and couldn't support the pawns and Caruana's accurate play snapped them up, at which point it was Caruana as black with an extra pawn, and the computers were giving Caruana a strong advantage.
But Carlsen quickly neutralized that threat and a draw was agreed at move 49.
Tomorrow is a rest day, with game 3 to be played on Monday!