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Northgard hits 2 million copies sold, Clan of the Lynx DLC is out now

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After recently announcing an impressive 2 million copies sold milestone, Shiro Games have released the Clan of the Lynx DLC for their strategy game Northgard.

"Led by Mielikki, the Beastmaster, and her lynx companions, Brundr and Kaelinn, Northgard's newest force excels at hunting more so than open warfare. Prowl through dense forests, stalking animals and mythological creatures, and return victorious with Hunting Trophies to unlock powerful abilities for the fearsome felines."

Being able to call on Brundr and Kaelinn during fights for a quick advantage sounds like it might be quite amusing.

Northgard's Clan of the Lynx features unique new bonuses including:

  • Feast costs reduced by 5% per animal killed
  • Archery Ranges replace Axe Thrower Camps, training powerful ranged units armed with longbows
  • The Path of the Hunter replaces Military Paths, unlocking lynx abilities after successful pursuits
  • Fame bonuses for Lures and Mielikki’s Oskoreia ability
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Nice to see another Linux game doing so well.

You can buy Northgard from Humble Store, Steam and GOG (Single-player only on GOG). The DLC costs around $4.99 / €4.49 / £3.99.

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Nibelheim Sep 27, 2020
Quoting: Sonar
Quoting: LinasThat does sound tedious. Not something I enjoy in a game.
That reminds me why I stopped playing the campaign. One mission you have to play as the developers secretly intended: Early attack instead of building up your base. If you do not play it that way, the rest of the mission will be unbeatable because of constant attacks.

Because of this, I stopped playing the game after just a couple of missions.

They fixed it since a long time. But yeah, it was pretty hard before, I agree.

Last edited by Nibelheim on 27 September 2020 at 1:21 pm UTC
Sonar Sep 27, 2020
Quoting: NibelheimThey fixed it since a long time. But yeah, it was pretty hard before, I agree.
If I recall correctly, they said in the forums that they will not modify this. Glad to hear that they changed their minds.

Thanks for letting me know, perhaps I will give it another try.
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