New campaign mission. New character pack. FREE maps!
It’s time for another exciting episode of… the Strange Brigade! THE THRICE DAMNED PART 1: ISLE OF THE DEAD launches TODAY on PS4, Xbox One and PC, the first brand new mission in the mysterious 3-part campaign for 1-4 players!
There are dastardly developments in uncharted waters of the Mediterranean and rumours abound of rising revenants in a jungle paradise! Only one group of adventurers can stop the coming plague – the STRANGE BRIGADE!
But that’s not all, adventure aficionados! A brand new hero has joined the ranks of the Brigade, and you can play as her starting today! Yes, Tessie Caldwell, the famous Rebel of the Skies, is available via the AMERICAN AVIATRIX CHARACTER EXPANSION PACK, which is also out now on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
The pack includes Tessie Caldwell as a playable character, the irrepressible but destructive Colbeck Wildfire SMG, the leaden but lethal Hyde & Sons pistol, the ice-cold Glacier Bomb and Tessie’s explosive Infernal Firestorm amulet power!
The Thrice Damned Part 1: Isle of the Dead is available now to purchase and play, priced $6.99/£5.59/€6.99. The American Aviatrix Pack is also out now to buy and play, priced $7.99/£6.39/€7.99. Both are available via the Season Pass.
Finally, all players can now enjoy brand new content for Horde mode and Score Attack via a free update. The Tunnels map for Horde and Score Attack levels Towering Temple II & Cursed Village II are also available now completely FREE!
For more information, please visit StrangeBrigade.com/news.
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