Outward DLC ‘The Soroboreans’ launches this spring

Enchantment, corruption, and new skills and status effects.

Outward DLC 'The Soroboreans'

Outward downloadable content pack “The Soroboreans” will launch this spring, publisher Deep Silver and developer Nine Dots Studio announced.

Here is an overview of the downloadable content, via Deep Silver:

About

You have battled your way through the landscape, dedicated yourself to your favorite faction and died countless times. Now it’s time to grab your backpack, pick up where you left off, and venture forth in this new hard-hitting downloadable content.

Filled to the brim with content and new features that will add a breath of fresh air to your game, “The Soroboreans” downloadable content will get you worried about a lot more than starving to death, dehydration, losing your backpack and… well, everything else. Check out below for a tease of some new features, and stay tuned for more info including new developer diaries with a lot more detail coming soon.

Key Features

  • Enchantments – What’s better than your favorite weapon by your side? What about your favorite weapon with a whole new effect on it? Weapons and Trinkets will now be able to be changed with the new enchanting system.
  • Corruption – Hungry, thirsty and cold. A terrible situation to be in, but one you often find yourself in while playing. If that wasn’t enough for you now your character can get corrupted. The level of corruption affects you in different ways and if you can’t shake it you could meet an untimely end. The world just got a whole lot scarier.
  • New Skills and Status Effects – Introducing new skills and status effects for your character. These will help with the new situations you find yourself in with the corruption affects. These add a new element to the game and can completely change your gameplay. Time to start a new character? Do you have enough Travel Rations for this one?

Outward is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

View the first screenshots of “The Soroboreans” at the gallery.

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