Each monthly release brings up an in-depth debate, but there’s some excellent news for fans of PlayStation Plus November’s free games.
While not everyone will have been happy with the list of titles released for PS4 and PS5 gamers to download, plenty have found what they were looking for.
For those enjoying Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning, there’s more good news shared by the development team.
Amalur is a remaster of the original title and features reworked graphics, improved texture resolution, and new lighting and shadow rendering features.
And unlike other projects, THQ also chose to revamp the gameplay and make some fundamental improvements.
This meant changing some of the mechanics related to loot distribution and how creatures are placed in the world, along with providing a Very Hard difficulty setting.
All this tinkering has also opened the door to new content that will be added to the game as part of a new DLC.
The Fatesworn expansion has been in the works for a while and the new content is something that starts right where the main story ended.
This makes it the perfect gift for those finishing the campaign and wanting more from the remastered title.
So far, we know that Fatesword will add a new area to the world, which shares some connections to the core Reckoning story.
And the team behind November’s free PS Plus game has delivered a major Fatesworm update for waiting subscribers.
A new message from the team has confirmed that while there has been some delay, the new Fatesword experience is entering its final stages of development, with a new message confirming to fans:
PS Plus November Update
“We are in the final stages of production for the Amalur Fatesworn expansion and we would like to provide another update.
“Unfortunately, the whole project was more challenging than we initially anticipated as we had to rebuild the content creation pipeline from the ground up.
“Without these tools, we wouldn’t have been able to build new worlds, dungeons, items and other core RPG elements. However, we are in the final stages of polishing and plan to complete it in the coming weeks. ”
So it sounds like there will be plenty of new content to discover in Faresworm before the end of the year, or early 2022.
The official description of the new DLC reads: “It starts as a teardrop, a small cut in the fabric of reality, before expanding into a gaseous purple maw that whispers. Niskaru’s hideous cry will be the last you hear, when Chaos comes to Amalur.
“Unnatural fissures have sprung up all over the land, filling the world with twisted spawns born from the Chaos Realm, a cursed domain, and a warped, inverted version of our own natural world. Some dared enter these terrifying portals to explore them. find themselves hopelessly lost, prey to a labyrinth of tangled paths, tainted magic and voracious beasts.
“Are these the end times? Regardless of scientific opinion, one thing is true: The Resurrection of The Fateless One broke the delicate barrier between the mortal world and Esharra, the realm of pure magic, home to gods and monsters. As the Crystal War twists and turns to an end, Amalur, already in a state of great turmoil, teeters on the brink of utter chaos New threats have sprung up in the west, deep in the snowy Eldrith Mountains, and only one has the power to face them. fuses.
The only thing to note is that while Amalur is free to download if you own PS Plus in November, this new DLC won’t be free unless you’ve bought the full game.
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