Shadowrun Returns Berlin expansion detailed, named ‘Dragonfall’

Shadowrun Returns Dragonfall

By on November 20, 2013 at 4:32 pm

The upcoming expansion for Shadowrun Returns, previously known merely as ‘the Berlin expansion’, has been renamed to ‘Dragonfall’ and given a proper detailing.

Developer Harebrained Schemes have revealed in a Kickstarter update that the expansion will feature a new full-length campaign, a new city location (Berlin, naturally), new weapons, new cyberware, new enemies, and new game editor features. You’ll also (finally) have the ability to save anywhere, much to the excitement of most players.

Dragonfall unfortunately isn’t free, but it will cost $14.99 — or you’ll be able to buy it together with the base game for $24.99.

Get more details right here.

4 comments (Leave your own)

As long as it’s full-length I don’t see why they can’t continue to make content.

 

cyrinno,

By full length I hope you mean longer than the original storyline? Because that was short.

 

Personally I had no issue with the length of the original storyline.

 

Keen!

 
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