For those who one way or the other missed the “sinister fishing journey” Dredge when it launched on the Swap eShop in March, now is perhaps the time to test it out.
New Zealand indie studio Black Salt Video games has formally revealed what’s subsequent for the title, with an overview of what content material and DLC to count on in each quarter of 2023. From the second onwards, gamers can count on map markers, picture mode & wildlife and boat paint. After which within the fourth quarter of the 12 months, there will be some paid DLC.
The primary free replace will arrive in Could and also will embody some fixes and steadiness modifications. The second free replace features a passive mode for gamers searching for a “much less intense expertise”. And the opposite a part of this replace is a photograph mode. Then within the third replace, there will be boat customisations together with paint schemes and flags.
The final DLC half will deal with the mysterious Ironhaven Company. Here is a bit about what to anticipate (via the PlayStation Blog):
“They’re trying to set up an progressive drilling operation within the space to revitalize the cities and populations, however their final aim is unknown. As you collect supplies to assemble new buildings and biomatter to gasoline the rig, meet new characters, craft new gear, and catch new fish, you might uncover the reality behind their probably nefarious operations.”
You’ll be able to study extra about Dredge in our Nintendo Life assessment: