The Bad Seed DLC now has a release date for Dead Cells on Linux, Mac and Windows PC. Thanks to developers’ Motion Twin and Evil Empire. Just announcing the release on both Steam and GOG. And it’s coming sooner than you think.
The Bad Seed DLC release has been announced. Also, expanding the deadly and strikingly gorgeous new Dead Cells. The DLC arrives to kill you on February 11th. Releasing on Linux, Mac and Windows PC. As well as Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. You know, in case you want to share the good news.
While presenting new content, The Bad Seed DLC is looking impressive. Also adding more to the heavily admire Dead Cells. And rightly so, taking players through all-new biomes. Certainly granting you some incredible new weapons. But also sticks the player in front of ultimate baddies. And adds an awfully gross blood sucking beast.
“This is the first paid extension to the game. After sixteen major free updates, content additions and overhauls. Since Dead Cells hit Steam Early Access in 2017. And there are still a butt-load of things we’re planning to add to the game,” said Joan Blachere, creative director at Evil Empire.
Dead Cells: The Bad Seed Gameplay Trailer
Once The Bad Seed DLC releases into the wild. Players will also have new path choices in the early game. Since this ensures that all players, no matter their level, will be able to experience crushing new ways to die. With two new biomes full of their own distinctive bestiary. Also, The Arboretum, a lush paradise to deceivingly adorable creatures. Along with The Swamp, where an overgrown arboreal settlement inhabits. So expect them to ambush with blow gunners and spear wielders. And your only escape from the gargantuan purple ticks. Since they reign uncontested on the ground. Bleh.
Triumphing over the numerous perils in The Bad Seed DLC. Well, this means you will also be rewarded with a conceptually unique armory. Including the first double slot weapon. As well as a very dedicated and loyal mushroom companion. Of course, vengeance visited upon the monsters and conquering the challenging new biomes. So a few new weapons never hurt anybody.