505 Games has revealed the post-launch content roadmap for Remedy Entertainment’s spooky action-adventure game, Control.
Despite some technical issues – that are now being addressed – Control has wasted little time ensconcing itself in this year’s ‘best of’ conversations. We certainly loved it, saying the game was another stellar addition to Remedy’s portfolio.
Publisher 505 Games has today released an outline of the game’s future content roadmap, including news of a new game mode, a photo mode, and two full paid content expansions.
Arriving this fall is the much-requested in-game photo mode. It’s followed in December by Expeditions, a new mode that adds additional end-game content. The free update sees protagonist, Jesse, assist Security Chief Arish in investigating the mysterious Formation.
In 2020 the game will also receive two paid content expansions, The Foundation and AWE. Both expansions include new missions and enemies, and are set in new locations within the Oldest House.
Each expansion is available to purchase individually and included in Control’s season pass. The currently available PlayStation 4 Digital Deluxe Edition of Control includes both expansions, an extra side mission, and an exclusive outfit for Jesse.
Control‘s season pass and expansions will be available for purchase on Xbox One and PC following the PlayStation 4 release of The Foundation DLC. The AWE expansion will be released day- and-date on all platforms.
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