Add two new biomes, new bosses and more.
Developer Motion Twin’s epic roguelike action platformer Dead Cells introduces a new paid extension. It’s called the Deadly Waterfall and is currently scheduled to appear on PC, Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One early next year.
Fatal Falls is the second paid expansion of Dead Cells, following The Bad Seed DLC in January, introducing two new biomes, new enemies to occupy them, new bosses, and new weapons.
Motion Twin (that is, Evil Empire, the subsidiary currently responsible for the development of Dead Cells) has obscured some of the details for later disclosure, but early on Fatal Falls’ new biomes, Fractured Shrines and The Undying Shores. You can get a glimpse of it with the teaser below.
Both biomes guide players outside the castle, Fractured Shrines exist as a series of split islands high in the clouds, and The Undying Shores are the faces of rain-wet cliffs in the midst of constant storms. .. These new areas run in parallel with the existing Dead Cells stilt village, clock tower, and timekeeper stages and their alternative paths.
Fatal Falls will be available for £ 4.49 / $ 4.99 when launched early next year. It states that Motion Twin “will continue to support the development of Dead Cells.”
By the way, the studio says there are still many plans for the acclaimed adventure outside the new DLC. For example, later this month, Dead Cells will receive a new free update on their PC, adding new weapons, mobs, lore rooms, diet options, and some new skins. As is known, Update 21 is set to arrive “within a few weeks” and, according to the developers, will continue for at least another year of content. “And we are confident that there is more than that. Head.”