Shadowrun: Dragonfall expansion now available on Steam

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By on March 3, 2014 at 12:10 pm

A brand new expansion pack for Shadowrun Returns is now available – Shadowrun: Dragonfall. Set in Berlin in 2054 after the fall of the dragon Feuerschwinge, Dragonfall features a brand new 12+ hour campaign, brand new characters, new weapons, enemies and items and – finally – the ability to save anywhere in the game (with the exception of some sequences.)

Awesomely, Harebrained Schemes have also introduced the save system to the original game in the latest update – so if you were put off playing by that previously, you might now like to check it out.

Embedded below is the official trailer for Shadowrun: Dragonfall, which – like the expansion – features brand new music from the fantastic Sam Powell. Dragonfall can be purchased on Steam, where will set you back $14.99 – and naturally it requires Shadowrun Returns to play.

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It’s good too! Quite enjoying this one, plays better than Dead Man’s Switch, it certainly isn’t as convoluted.

 
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