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Frostpunk: Console Edition Expansions Coming July 21


Starting July 21, The Last Autumn, On the Edge, and The Rifts will all make their way to 11 bit studios’ Frostpunk: Console Edition.

A prequel story set before the endless snow, The Last Autumn will task players with overseeing the rise of the base game’s Generator. On the Edge follows the events after the Great Storm and has players building and maintaining an outpost far outside of the city. Finally, The Rifts brings with it a new map for Endless mode and bridges.

Learn more with the trailer below:

All Frostpunk Expansions coming to consoles! | Date Announcement Trailer

According to Kuba Stokalski, Lead Designer of Frostpunk:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“All expansions had to serve two purposes when we designed them. We wanted to broaden the lore since the game portrays people’s hardship in the fight with nature, and we put a lot of emphasis on narrative, but also introduce new mechanics. We didn’t want to go with delivering more fun that plays almost like the base game approach, and three expansions ended up being distinguishable from the base game but also each other. And we’re happy that console players, at last, have a chance to play them. Thank you for waiting so patiently.”[/testimonials]

These expansions will come out for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Each one can be bought separately or in a Season Pass. A bundled Complete Edition that comes with the base game and the three expansions will also be available.

Source: Press Release
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