Remnant: From the Ashes can soon delve into the Swamps of Corsus.
New DLC for Remnant: From the Ashes is on the way, and it will include a rouge-like survival mode, over 50 new armor skins, new gear, an upgraded biome with side dungeons and more.
Perfect World Entertainment and Gunfire Games today the new premium DLC Swamps of Corsus today, alongside a bundle that contains the base game plus the DLC. The new expansion can also be purchased separately.
Swamps of Corsus will deliver an upgraded version of Corsus with plenty of new content, including three new weapons and mods, four side dungeons, epic bosses, and enemies. In addition, it will also include the new rogue-like Survival Mode where you will start from nothing and fight for survival to acquire armor and over 50 new armor skins.
A quick look at Survival Mode can be seen in the trailer below.
Players will fight for their lives in an upgraded Swamps of Corsus and experience a new rogue-like game mode with Survival Mode. In the new mode, players will start their journey with just a pistol and some scrap. Those brave enough to take on this intense permadeath challenge will travel randomly through corrupted World Stones to different biomes seeking epic new rewards, all the while fighting to survive against insanely difficult bosses and enemies. Players that delve into the expanded Swamps of Corsus biome will find new story content, such as quests and events, a vast arsenal of powerful gear to collect – including weapons, armor, mods, and traits – along with plenty of tough enemies to take down.
It will run you £7.19 or the regional equivalent on PC starting April 28. It will be released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One at a later date. The bundle containing the base game and the new DLC will be available on Steam for £34.99 or the regional equivalent on the same day.
Remnant: From the Ashes is a third-person survival action shooter set in a post-apocalyptic world overrun by monstrous creatures. In it, you set out alone or alongside up to two others to fight hordes of enemies and epic bosses, all the while trying to gain a foothold, rebuild, and “retake what was lost.”
It features procedurally generated environments, and the ability to upgrade your character, and craft new items and of course, shoot really big monsters.
The game was released in August 2019, and you can look over review scores for it at the link.