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CrossCode: A New Home expansion is out now

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Ready for the next chapter of Lea's story? CrossCode: A New Home is the brand new expansion for CrossCode the retro-inspired 2D Action RPG set in the distant future.

A pretty surprising game overall that combines a 16-bit SNES-inspired style with lots of modern features. Smooth physics, fast-paced combat, plenty of puzzles to solve and a pretty wild sci-fi story that you can now continue on from the end of the main game in CrossCode: A New Home. To enjoy it, you need to have finished the original game as this does take place right after and you need specifically the "good ending" apparently.

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The developer mentioned that the expansion is compatible with normal saves and New Game+ saves, however NG+ will affect difficulty and they suggest playing it through on a normal save first to get the most out of it. It's also their first big release in a long time, so it may have some lingering issues they didn't catch.

What's actually included, according to the developer:

  • A playtime of about 8-15 hours
  • Ku’lero Temple: Probably the biggest dungeon we’ve ever created
  • Fight against several enemies, including over 10 new bosses
  • Run over water for the very first time in the new area Azure Archipelago
  • Tackle 8 new optional quests with unique mechanics and scenarios
  • Listen to 3 new music tracks composed by はがね/STEEL_PLUS
  • Unlock new Arena Cups and Bonus CP to fully upgrade your circuit tree!
  • And of course: Finish the raid!

You can buy CrossCode: A New Home on GOG and Steam.

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2 comments

DaiKaiser93 27 Feb
Currently replaying the game to access the new content.
LosButch 27 Feb
Did not know about this game untill now. Bought it and loving it so far :-)
Seems very well polished and good to know theres a DLC waiting if I want more.
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