Aberrations, new characters and the spooky atmosphere from Black Salt Games' fishing title will appear in Dave the Diver next week.
The paid expansion adds one to three hours of new content, including 11 fish and crab species and an icebreaker boat, for $5.99.
The free DLC brings a good amount of content to the base game, and it's available now for PC.
"We hoped to maybe sell 100,000 copies in our first year. That would have been amazing," said Black Salt Games producer Nadia Thorne.
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Black Salt Games is still delivering additional content this year, with more details, including price and availability, coming soon.
Talk to the Painter in the starting area to paint your vessel different colors and equip new flags. There are also new shipwrecks to discover.
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V-Sync and Camera Follow settings are also available, and you can activate Passive Mode to avoid taking damage from wildlife.
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A new Passive Mode for fishing-minded players, Photo Mode, new wildlife, and boat customization also coming this year for free.
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