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Graveyard Keeper, the dark and humorous medieval cemetery management sim is about to expand with a new story DLC releasing October 29.

It's called Stranger Sins and it promises to be weird and crazier than the main game. Okay then. From what little they've said about it there will be around 4-8 hours extra to play through, the ability to build and run your own bar, new events, tons of new quests and apparently you will witness events that happened 200 years ago to find out what's really been going on.

Not surprising to see Lazy Bear Games return to add more into Graveyard Keeper, as they also released Swag and Sorcery earlier this year and it doesn't look to have done well with quite a lot of negative reviews. Comparatively, Graveyard Keeper is sat with a "Very Positive" user rating overall. Adding more to a well-received game seems like a sane business decision.

I still need to go back and actually finish the base game. It was pretty fun, delightfully weird and this DLC certainly sounds like it could be interesting enough to play through.

Graveyard Keeper - Stranger Sins will release on October 29. Not played the main game yet? You can pick up a copy of Graveyard Keeper on Humble Store, GOG and Steam.

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Ehvis 30 Sep, 2019
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To be released on my birthday. That's probably a sign I need this!

I did quite enjoy the base game. The only problem is a balance issue. At some point you've finished all the story bits, but you need to unlock quite a bit of stuff for the endgame. IIRC, it was mostly a grind for blue experience points. Took me 55 hours to complete and realistically it should have been 10 hours less. Or alternatively it should have had some more interesting things to do in the late game. Have a shorter prequel sounds nice though.

Never heard of Swag and Sorcery since it was windows only. Apparently a good thing this time.
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