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Dead Cells New Trailer Focuses On Fatal Falls DLC

Dead Cells New Trailer Focuses On Fatal Falls DLC

Dead Cells, the excellent roguelike game developed by Motion Twin and Evil Empire, is about to become more cruel, more challenging and, more importantly, bigger next year with the Fatal Falls DLC.

The new DLC, which will be released sometime in 2021, will introduce tons of new content that all fans of the game will surely like, like new biomes, a new boss, and much more. The new weapons look particularly good, providing new players with new ways to defeat enemies and conquer all of the new challenges the expansion will bring.

A new trailer has also been released, showcasing the upcoming new content. You can check it out right below.

Dead Cells is among the best roguelike games released in recent years, thanks to the Metroidvania mechanics that make the experience unique among similar games. The game took its sweet time to make its debut on iOS and Android, but it did so with tweaks and features that make playing the game on smart devices as smooth as it is on PC and consoles.

Dead Cells is now available on the App Store, Google Play Store, Nintendo Switch, and other current gaming platforms. The Fatal Falls DLC will release on a yet to be confirmed 2021 release date.

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