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Wounds of Eventide update out for Blasphemous

wounds of eventide game update releases for blasphemous across linux mac windows pc

Wounds of Eventide game update releases for Blasphemous across Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Thanks to the continuous progress of developer The Game Kitchen. Which is available for all owners across Steam and Humble Store.

Team17 and The Game Kitchen have launched Wounds of Eventide. This is also the third and final free update for action platformer Blasphemous. Unveiling the final chapter of The Penitent One’s first story. Wounds of Eventide offers new levels, bosses, items, and secrets to unearth. While unlocking another fate for Cvstodia that leads into the events of the Blasphemous sequel. With an announcement earlier this year for a 2023 launch, details coming soon.

Blasphemous: Wounds of Eventide – Free Update Out Now

Wounds of Eventide concludes a series of three post-launch updates released for Blasphemous since it’s 2019 launch, beginning with ‘Stir of Dawn’ which launched in 2020 and introduced the ‘New Torment’ mode, a New Game+ addition that challenged players with a new level of difficulty, plus new playstyles, new bosses, and much more.

The second update, ‘Strife and Ruin’ launched last February and introduced Miriam from Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night into the world of Cvstodia as she sought help from The Penitent One, Strife and Ruin also added a new game mode and a ‘Demake Area’ that pays homage to classic 8-bit platformers. Wounds of Eventide, along with previous Blasphemous updates are available on Steam.

Along with the new Wounds of Eventide content, there is a heap of fixes for the game. Check out the full Patch notes HERE.

As part of Team17’s 12 Days of Christmas sale. Blasphemous is available with a 75% discount until December 13th for the price of €6.24/$6.24/£4.99 via Steam. It’s also available on Humble Store priced at $24.99 USD/€24.99/£19.99. Along with continuing support for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Since now is the best to buy the game, dirt cheap.

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