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You can now get The Dealer as a companion in Hand of Fate 2

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Hand of Fate 2 [GOGSteam, Official Site] is quite excellent and now it looks to be even more so. The Dealer's Apprentice update is out, free for everyone.

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While they're still working away on the Endless Mode, they have been regularly patching the game to improve all aspects of it and this free content update is rather tasty.

Now, when you complete the final encounter, you will actually unlock The Dealer companion to help with ranged attacks during combat and he can influence any tabletop gambit, though at great personal cost. On top of that, the free update comes with some more customisation items too.

Weirdly, even though it's a free update, you need to manually claim it in the new Additional Content section of the main menu. A little odd, but okay whatever.

Here's what Morgan Jaffit, Director at Defiant Development said about it:

Hand of Fate 2 had an amazing launch and we look forward to continuing to support the community by giving our passionate fans new experiences to enjoy. Love or hate the Dealer, players will be thrilled to have more of him than ever before, transforming our most memorable character into a companion.

They won't be stopping there, they're continuing to expand the game in future with a new faction, more companions, new challenges, new weapons and more. I'm happy they will keep pushing out content for Hand of Fate 2, as it is one of the best releases this year by far.

You can grab it now on GOG and Steam.

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