Astro Bot Will Receive Free DLC “Soon” After Launch

Team Asobi studio head Nicolas Doucet says the DLC will encompass new, shorter, and more challenging platforming levels, among other things.

Posted By | On 12th, Jun. 2024

Astro Bot

Sony and developer Team Asobi billing Astro Bot is a big game, and with the game set to feature over 80 levels and over 300 bots to rescue at launch, it’s clear that it isn’t going to be lacking where content is concerned. As it turns out, however, Team Asobi has yet more content planned for the platformer that it will be adding post-launch.

Speaking to IGN, Team Asobi studio head Nicolas Doucet revealed that Astro Bot will receive free DLC after launch, which will add new challenge levels to the game, among other things. Doucet didn’t elaborate on what else the DLC will entail or when exactly it will launch, but he did say it’ll be “soon” after its release.

Recently, Sony and Team Asobi released free DLC for Astro’s Playroom, adding new Trophies and content tying into the upcoming launch of Astro Bot.

Astro Bot will release on September 6 for PS5, and will retail for $60.


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