Dead Cells game gets the Everyone is Here Vol. II update on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Thanks to the work of both Motion Twin and Evil Empire. Check out the bundle on the Steam page.
Right now, players can give The Beheaded some fancy, familiar looking duds alongside new weapons and unique lore rooms. In a massive collaboration, Motion Twin and Evil Empire to bring you Everyone is Here Vol. II. Due to offer you the stars of numerous indie hits such as *deep breath* Shovel Knight, Katana ZERO, Slay the Spire, Hotline Miami, Risk of Rain and Terraria. Making their way into the dungeons on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC.
You can also pick up Dead Cells, along with Shovel Knight, Katana Zero, Slay the Spire, and Risk of Rain in a brand-new glorious indie bundle. Prices may a;sp vary as this is a “complete the set” bundle.
Players can unlock outfits for characters from the indie hits you know and love. While letting you dash through the dungeon dressed as Hotline Miami’s Jacket. You can also slice enemies in two with a Shovel Knight-inspired costume. That’s slaying with style, baby.
The outfits don’t just give players the chance to see The Beheaded in new fashion, though. You can also tear up enemies in Dead Cells using the signature weapon of each hero. Move swiftly through each level using Jacket’s infamous baseball bat. Even the iconic Starfury sword from Terraria. Test your mettle against bosses to see which weapon and approach will work best.
Dead Cells: Everyone is Here Vol. II – Gameplay Trailer
A full list of new outfits and their corresponding weapons can be found below.
- Terraria – The Character – Starfury Sword
- Hotline Miami – Jacket – Baseball Bat
- Shovel Knight – Shovel Knight – King’s Scepter
- Slay The Spire – The Ironclad – Diverse Deck
- Katana Zero – Subject Zero – Throwable Objects
- Risk of Rain – The Commando – Laser Glaive
These weapons also come with their own special traits and abilities in Dead Cells. While the Diverse Deck lets players cycle through passive effects based on Slay The Spire’s four different characters. Matching the game’s card-based mechanics, switching from one class to another. Which also triggers a separate “discard” ability. For example, drawing a card that matches the Watcher class gives players the Foresight ability. Which lets you avoid damage every few seconds as a passive ability. Switching to a different class from Foresight makes players immune to all damage for a few seconds.
Another instance of this would be Jacket’s Baseball Bat in Dead Cells. Since this lets players frantically attack stunned or rooted enemies for massive damage. Pretty dope. All these weapons can be randomly found in new lore rooms dedicated to each character’s game.
To unlock the character outfits, new riddles have been added to the book of clues in the Prisoner’s Quarters (the opening area). Players just need to figure out these new riddles then complete the challenges and voila! New duds.
With these badass new looks and weapons straight from some of indie gaming’s greatest heroes, you’ll be well on your way to putting the monsters and bosses of Dead Cells in their place. All priced at $50.96 USD / £40.48 / 47,68€. Everyone is Here Vol. II is out now on Steam until November 14th. Along with support for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC.