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Dead Cells has an exciting roadmap ahead as it's far from finished

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Dead Cells is the absolutely brilliant game from Motion Twin and Evil Empire. A rogue-lite, metroidvania inspired, action-platformer and it's not finished, far from it. The developers have just recently revealed a roadmap, that mentions how 2023 will be the "most exciting year in Dead Cells' history" which is a pretty bold claim.

Some players apparently thought the game was near the end after the latest big update and DLC but it's far from it. The developers mention how "we're very much in the mid-life of Dead Cells" so there's plenty yet still to come. Spoilers below on what's to come.

So the slightly spoilery info about what's to come includes:

  • A panchaku and a new flame head outfit, based on their animated trailers
  • A ton of rebalancing and a rework of the legendaries system
  • A Soul Knight weapon and outfit
  • You'll be able to "pet the pets"
  • A Boss Rush Arena, where you get to fit all the bosses you've met so far, with plans for different modes
  • Another updated planned before Christmas but they're keeping it secret

You can pick up Dead Cells from Humble StoreGOG and Steam.

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SirBubbles Jul 19, 2022
The idea of a martial art based around frying pans just gets me very interested. I look forward to the results of this experiment.
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