Motion Twin has launched a brand new Dead Cells patch that reintroduces all the recreation’s outdated variations. The Legacy Update, out there now on PC, brings again the glory days of Dead Cells for these feeling nostalgic.
The Legacy Update permits you to play “every major iteration of the game from the first build of Early Access right up to [the] present,” Motion Twin wrote in a Steam blog post. “We will of course make sure that we stock all of our future major updates in there too.” The patch additionally does a couple of additional issues, comparable to stopping cloud saves from getting deleted, including new mutations and weapons, transforming “total crap” weapons, and extra.
The headlining function of the Legacy Update although, because the identify suggests, is the replayability of all Dead Cells’ earlier main updates. This contains Rise of the Giant, Hand of the King, and lots of others.
To entry Dead Cells’ earlier updates, right-click on the sport in your Steam library and choose “Properties.” Click the “Betas” tab and select the model you’d prefer to play from the dropdown menu. Hit “Close,” look ahead to the obtain to finish, and revel in your favourite model of Dead Cells. The Legacy Update is presently solely out there on PC, however Motion Twin mentioned in a separate tweet that “the updates will come to all platforms ASAP.”
Motion Twin, along with the newly-established studio Evil Empire, has confirmed that Dead Cells will proceed to obtain new content material effectively into 2020. Coming to the roguelike-Metroidvania in Q1 of subsequent yr is The Bad Seed, a brand new piece of DLC that “brings two new early game biomes and a big #$&%-off boss for you to bash your head against.” The Bad Seed will value $5 USD when it goes dwell.
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