PSA: Remnant From the Ashes releases its complete edition with both DLCs packed in

    
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PSA: Remnant From the Ashes releases its complete edition with both DLCs packed in

If you were curious about Remnant: From the Ashes after reading our brief jaunt through the game in Choose My Adventure (and were able to see through your white-hot indignant rage at the use of “MMO” in that article’s title), then now seems about as good a time as any to hop in as the multiplayer shooter has released its complete edition.

As the edition’s name suggests, this bundles together the base game as well as the Swamps of Corsus DLC and the Subject 2923 DLC in one package. And even though the game has completed its development, now could be worth the look to see what the fuss is all about, particularly since the devs at Gunfire Games have stated the shooter will continue to get hotfix support.

The all-in-one game is available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam or EGS.

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Malcolm Swoboda

Not getting it, more because I stopped regular play of it with friends, but maybe later on discount!

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Box

Wasn’t a fan of the base game playing it at launch. Got repetitive pretty fast after a few playthroughs. The main issue is the actual variety/changes between playthroughs isn’t great, add onto the fact they had no antihack support so I had to remake my character several times because I’d join a lobby where someone was using CE and I’d gain max stats from killing a single mob. Might consider grabbing the complete edition when it goes on a large sale. Otherwise I’ll be fine just holding out for the Chronos remake coming soon which is a prequel to this.

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EmberStar

Personally I’m skipping Chronos. I’m not a fan of the “your character ages with each defeat” mechanic.

My solution to cheaters is the same as for any other online game – I don’t play it online.

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Box

I already played the original version of Chronos on VR the aging mechanic works pretty well imo

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EmberStar

The aging mechanic itself is brussel sprout jelly. I don’t care how well made it is. I just don’t want it.

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Leo

I love how they call them Complete Editions…

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EmberStar

Well, it’s silly when you’re pre-ordering a game that hasn’t even come out (and doubly so when it includes a season pass.) But in this case I’d say that it’s simply an accurate label. This *is* the complete edition – the base game and both paid DLC (and all free updates.) They aren’t planning any other significant features, just ongoing bug-fixes if needed.

The ones I *would* mock for calling something a “Complete Edition” are the games that sell something with a name like that at launch… then a year later release a “Game of the Year” edition that includes the “Complete Edition”… and five other DLCs. OnO

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Leo

yeah I mean it is an accurate way of calling it, but like we buy a game nowadays that one day will have a complete edition because we didn’t buy a complete game..

But all these different editions later on feel more like gaming the online stores, putting their stuff on the front page several times

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EmberStar

It probably *is* gaming the market. Release a new edition (maybe nudge Steam / Epic / GoG in whatever way gets you a banner at the top of the store page) and get back in the “new releases” ranking for a couple of hours. (At least on Steam, where there’s so many games coming out every day that *everything* gets buried after a day or two.)

It’s always been like that, and it was pretty much exactly the same when there were still physical stores. Release the “Game of the Year” edition and get Gamestop to put your product back on the main displays instead of inching towards the bargin bin.