Over a year after free up, Rain World PS4 is getting a physical edition and an overhaul

Over a year after release, Rain World PS4 is getting a physical edition and an overhaul screenshot

I in point of fact dug Rain World at release despite the fact that some other people decidedly didn’t. Videocult has since been seeking to make this beautiful taking a look recreation extra engaging, and after a collection of updates they are nonetheless running at the recreation a year and a part after the reality.

The studio has introduced that they are doing a restricted run (by way of Limited Run) of physical copies of Rain World, whole with the memorable Slugcat in plush shape, in addition to a glow at midnight vinyl, a PS4 reproduction of the sport a soundtrack code and a 12×12 artwork print. It’ll be to be had on December 21 for $79.99.

Rain World is additionally being up to date basically on the identical time. Local multiplayer is in (as a Sandbox extension, which PC already has), in addition to “The Monk” mode for a “slower, kinder revel in” — a kind of remixed more uncomplicated mode if you are going to, with “fewer enemies” to care for and extra meals to continue to exist. The Hunter is principally onerous mode with stricter hibernation necessities and even new enemies (reminding me of vintage motion video games just like the Xbox Ninja Gaiden that equipped new designs for upper problem settings).

With all this paintings it is almost certainly secure to mention that a Switch model might be within the works.

Rain World Gets New Modes and Physical Edition December 21 ^(https://www.appmarsh.com/link/https://blog.us.playstation.com/2018/11/29/rain-world-gets-new-modes-and-physical-edition-december-21/) [PlayStation Blog]


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