The critically acclaimed Tales From Off-Peak City Vol. 1 has received a free content update. Which also deepens the story and greatly add to the vibes of the first person adventure game. The update is now live and available at no extra cost. So all current and future owners of the game can get access.
Update 1.1 of Tales From Off-Peak City Vol. 1 gives players a chance to further immerse themself. While braving the unique, off kilter locales of July Avenue and Yam Street. While they embark on a brand new pizza delivery. Which will also take you into an as-of-yet unexplored apartment. All dripping with trademark Cosmo D atmospherics.
Tales From Off-Peak City Vol. 1 OUT NOW (LInux, Mac, Windows PC)
Along the way you will meet new key characters. Who are seamlessly woven into the fabric of the game. They also play an important role in the wider world of Off-Peak City. Maybe even pointing towards the events of Vol. 2. The game’s finale has certainly been enhanced to encompass the new content. Since it offers up some surprises to those familiar with the original conclusion.
Furthermore, budding photographers can get to grips with two new photo filters. While enjoying two brand new and original music tracks. A full list of additions in the 1.1 update can be found below.
Tales From Off-Peak City Vol. 1 – Version 1.1 Content Update
- Embark on new pizza delivery, featuring previously unexplored environments.
- Meet original key characters that expand the world of Off-Peak City.
- Two new photo filters.
- Two new music tracks – one for pizza making and one soundtracking your latest pizza delivery.
- Enhanced finale.
- Free for all current and future owners.
Tales From Off-Peak City Vol. 1 sees players visit the unforgettable street corner of July Avenue and Yam Street. While they plot to obtain a saxophone from longtime pizza-maker. The former saxophonist, Caetano Grosso. This instrumental pursuit sets off a chain of events across the neighborhood. Which you can also play in the Free Demo on Steam and Itch.io. Taking players deep into the hidden worlds on Linux, Mac and Windows PC. As well as private lives of the people living there.