Builders Movement Twin and Evil Empire has introduced a considerable new growth for Useless Cells, The Queen and the Sea, which shall be arriving on January 6. The DLC is outwardly “ending off the trail that we began years in the past with The Unhealthy Seed and Deadly Falls [the previous major DLC offerings]. Ending a trilogy wants some particular touches and we consider we have put fairly a couple of on this DLC.”
That is late-game content material that provides a substitute for the ‘regular’ ending path, and incorporates a rotting shipwreck and a lighthouse biome, the latter trying significantly fascinating. Certainly one of Useless Cells’ massive inspirations is the Metroid collection, which not too long ago noticed the discharge of Metroid Dread on Swap: On this entry, Samus spends the sport being pursued by a seemingly unstoppable foe and having to flee it.
The burning lighthouse brings this idea into Useless Cells, and hits gamers with a double-whammy. While you enter the lighthouse, it instantly begins burning and you need to scale it whereas the flames rise. On the similar time, a brand new enemy kind referred to as the Queen’s Guardians will relentlessly pursue you (as proven beneath), and should be dodged and delayed as a lot as attainable as you scramble up.
The cherry on the cake is the addition of a brand new last boss, the Queen after all, who comes with a brand new ending for the sport and the suggestion it’s possible you’ll lastly have the ability to escape the sport’s island. As with all earlier DLC The Queen and the Sea additionally provides a bunch of cosmetics, numerous new enemy sorts, after which the brand new weapons.
Sure, you may get a shark that you simply throw, which chomps enemies on the way in which, and which you’ll be able to then choose up and throw once more or use as a bludgeon. The DLC provides a trident and a pirate hook hand as nicely however, actually, they’re just a little overshadowed by a weaponised Nice White that you should utilize to both eat enemies or mash them into paste.
The Queen and the Sea is out January 6, 2022, and can value £4.49/$4.99. Here’s the Steam page.