The latest update to the PC version of Dead Cells adds characters from Shovel Knight, Katana ZERO, and Terraria, among other indie games, as new outfits.
A new update to the PC version of Dead Cells adds the Boss Rush game mode. Consoles will be getting the update later in October.
Legendary Weapons have seen a significant rework with double-stat scaling removed and unique Legendary Affixes introduced.
Serenade receives a new exclusive Legendary Affix, Barbed Tips has had its initial damage increased, and much more in the latest patch.
On the bright side, Back Damage, Super Crit and Super Back Damage affixes have been buffed along with the Hand Hook, Rampart, and Gilded Yumi.
Motion Twin has announced new content coming to Dead Cells through a new roadmap, charting out content through 2022 and even into 2023.
A new weapon and outfit are available to test along with balance changes and a whole range of unique affixes for Legendary weapons.
Customize enemy health and damage, toggle multiple (or infinite) lives, adjust controls and font size, and much more in the rogue-lite.
Motion Twin says it's "very, very excited" about some of the content that's coming to the side-scrolling action roguelite.
Venture to The Bank and take on new gold-based enemies and challenges along with unlocking three new weapons and Mutations.
Bug fixes, nerfs to Gold Gorger and Mimic, a buff to the Vampirism Survival skill and a new way to unlock The Bank have been added.
Several of the new weapons like the Wrecking Ball, Maws of the Deep and Queen's Rapier have seen some buffs with the most recent hotfix.
In a recent Steam community post, developer Motion Twin has shared some ideas for accessibility options in Dead Cells.
Motion Twin's third DLC for the roguelite action platformer brings two new biomes, nine new weapons, a new boss and a brand new ending.
Venture through the Infested Shipwreck and Lighthouse, tackling all sorts of new foes with new weapons like a trident, pirate hook and shark.
The recently announced paid DLC, The Queen and the Sea, will also serve as the "epic conclusion" to the DLC trilogy when it releases.
Retailing for $4.99, the DLC will add two new late-game biomes, new weapons and enemies, a deadly new boss and a brand new ending.
Play as The Drifter, Skul, and Juan among other heroes with unique new outfits and weapons. The update is live for PC and coming later to consoles.
Malaise and BC difficulty has also been tuned.
No Mercy will now execute bosses with 7.5 percent health remaining.