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Post by Eorl @ 02:59pm 03/04/14 | 0 Comments
Open-world survival adventure Don't Starve has just been treated to its very first DLC expansion, Reign of Giants, expanding upon the game's already vast amount of eerie content.

Among the addition of new creatures, seasons and biomes, the new DLC also adds two playable characters to survive the harsh wintry days - Wigfrid, a stage actress who went a bit too far with method acting; and Webber, a young boy who lives inside the spider who tried to eat him long ago. The expansion is also inclusive of a new save slot and a year-round starvation that utilises the new seasons.

The release brings Reign of Giants to Steam for the PC, Mac and Linux versions of Don't Starve, however those enjoying the game on the PlayStation 4 will be waiting a tad longer for their turn. Developer Klei Entertainment hasn't revealed specific date, but has promised more info when the time comes.

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