We’re halfway through October, but Raw Fury has packed a ton into that time. From fresh updates to new releases, here’s a breakdown of all the fun you won’t want to miss coming up!
Townscaper is coming to mobile (iOS and Android) on October 20! Having released on PC, Mac, and Nintendo Switch back in August, this peaceful toy-like town builder has already seen over 600K units sold. The inclusion to mobile is especially exciting as Townscaper is the kind of game that is meant to be played on the go, taking inspiration from your surroundings.
On October 21, Per Aspera will get another free update. Dubbed the “Green Mars” DLC, this new content will focus on significant changes to gameplay, with the addition of vegetation and new animal life to the red planet. Along with a new lens view to help manage the precious resource of water, there will be 11 new biomes to master, and each will require specific conditions for flora and fauna to thrive. A full list of new features can be found on the Per Aspera Steam page.
Kathy Rain: Director’s Cut launches on October 26. The remastered version of the 2016 point-and-click detective mystery is almost here! Fans of the original Kathy Rain will find new places to explore, an extended storyline, over 700+ lines of new dialogue, updated performance, and more! The game is currently available to wishlist on Steam for PC, Mac, and Linux but will also be available on GOG.com, Android, and iOS at launch, with a Nintendo Switch version coming a few days later.
Star Renegades to get Japanese localization, new updates, and new DLC. Very soon, fans of Star Renegades will be able to enjoy the game in Japanese on PC. This update will also include some additional fixes, as well as two new end-boss fights: the Dragoon and Guardian. On top of this, a free new DLC is currently planned for November 24 and will let players bring the fight directly to the home of the Imperium. And along with this bonus ending, a new playable character will also be joining the fight!
Raw Fury announces first-look arrangement for film and television. Raw Fury and Hollywood-based production company dj2 Entertainment have announced a first-look arrangement that will give dj2 Entertainment the first opportunity to adapt Raw Fury’s games for film and television.
Raw Fury’s diverse library of games, such as BAFTA nominee Call of the Sea, Apple TV Game of the Year Dandara, IndieCade nominee The Signifier, ‘Tribeca 2021 Game Award’ winner Norco and more will all fall under the Raw Fury X dj2 first look partnership.
Steam Halloween Sale! It’s that candy-filled time of year again, and Raw Fury is giving out sweet, sweet deals as treats! Steam deals, to be specific. Most of the Raw Fury catalogue on Steam will be on sale at the end of October, so keep your eyes peeled!
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