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DAVE THE DIVER gets a free to keep (but time-limited) Godzilla DLC

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This is a bit unusual. DAVE THE DIVER from developer MINTROCKET has a new Godzilla DLC out now, which is entirely free to claim but it's not sticking around forever. DAVE THE DIVER is rated Steam Deck Verified and Gold on ProtonDB.

The DLC will only be available to claim until November 23, 2024. After that, no one else will be able to claim it. If you do claim it though, it's yours to keep. The gaming industry does some weird stuff at times. Why put all the effort into a collab to pull it away so quickly? Anyway, since it's free to keep you got nothing to lose.

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A truly wonderful game, and now with some extra free content too. Nice. There was also a patch to fix some issues.

DAVE THE DIVER is currently 25% off on:

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Steam

If you already own it just add the DLC to your account on Steam.

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7 comments

pb May 23
They're employing the FOMO technique to get us to purchase the game, nothing particularly new.
artixbtw May 23
Let's hope someone will archive it, seeing that this kind of sudden removal tends to happen with many demos too. How is this a good thing?!


Last edited by artixbtw on 23 May 2024 at 12:16 pm UTC
kuhpunkt May 23
Intentionally causing Fomo might be a thing, but Toho might also be weird with their licensing.
japzone May 23
Quoting: kuhpunktIntentionally causing Fomo might be a thing, but Toho might also be weird with their licensing.

Yeah, honestly I'd bet on this being a licensing thing. Especially since it's free, there's no income to pay for renewing the license.
Linux_Rocks May 23
Quoting: japzone
Quoting: kuhpunktIntentionally causing Fomo might be a thing, but Toho might also be weird with their licensing.

Yeah, honestly I'd bet on this being a licensing thing. Especially since it's free, there's no income to pay for renewing the license.
At least they're transparent on how long it'll be available too. Plus it's a good game anyways. lol
kuhpunkt May 24
Just played it. Not gonna complain about something that's free, but the DLC is just 3 short missions - so people aren't going to miss out on much.

The Dredge DLC had a bit more of an impact on the game.
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