Excellent news, people. All these nights I spent ritually sacrificing my spouses and disposing of their our bodies within the composter to the east of city have lastly paid off. My darkish prayers are answered within the type of DLC for Cult of the Lamb (opens in new tab). It is out this month, and it is free. Actually, that is in all probability value throwing just a few extra life companions onto the pile for.
The replace is named Relics of the Previous Religion, and will probably be bestowed on you and your quivering followers on April 24. In keeping with the blurb from writer Devolver Digital, the replace options “a brand-new post-game storyline wherein a mysterious being asks you to beat revamped crusades, enemies and executives with the assistance of Relics; usable objects that bestow distinctive results upon the Lamb, enhancing fight in a mess of various methods.” Listed here are some extra options:
- Conduct Sermons to unlock new Relics
- Uncover mysterious lore about ‘The Three Geese’
- Tackle tougher expeditions
- New heavy assault
- Assign followers to do meal prep
- Construct shared shelters for as much as three followers
- New types for followers to evolve into: Penguins! Badgers! Racoons!
- Picture mode
- New crypt to retailer
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For me, all that seems like manna from, nicely, not heaven—someplace far beneath. Having completed the bottom sport earlier this 12 months, I can not wait to dive again in. Regardless of some stuttering after prolonged play, I discovered Cult of the Lamb to be a very nice match for Steam Deck, the place managing my beneficent intercourse commune solely sometimes led to killings carried out in a match of pique following a failed expedition.
Our reviewer agreed, granting Cult of the Lamb at 82% rating (opens in new tab) again in August final 12 months, calling it: “In contrast to the rest, and in a position to meld its two disparate halves into one thing cohesive and satisfying.” Here is a gallery to take pleasure in earlier than you get again to finishing up menial duties in service to your simply and clever chief’s otherworldly glory.
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