New Control ‘Expeditions’ DLC Launch Trailer Revealed (VIDEO)
Despite Phil Spencer saying otherwise, Remedy’s Control has been quite the popular title since it released for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One earlier this year. Now that the game has been out for a few months, the folks over at Remedy have begun to pump out new content that will have players more than willing to hop into Jesse’s shoes once again.
Called Expeditions, the latest DLC for Control is now available as a free update for all players. The DLC seems to be a bit of a dungeon delver of sorts, with Jesse exploring more of the unknown by way of a jukebox that was locked away in Central Executive. Check out the launch trailer for Expeditions below:
Here’s what fans can expect from the new DLC courtesy of the developer:
“Expeditions are a challenging combat experience with a set time limit for completion aimed at those who have already completed Control. Starting from today, you can use the mysterious Jukebox locked away in a room in Central Executive to access Expeditions. By getting Jukebox Tokens, you will be able to hear the song that has the power to transport Jesse into a different dimension. Expeditions take place in a Threshold area somehow connected to the Black Rock Quarry, where the Bureau has found a mysterious structure called the Formation. Marshall frequently sent her Rangers to explore and investigate this mysterious, largely uncharted dimension. This place has an unusual draw, to the point that it even pulls pieces of the Oldest House into itself. It has also drawn the Hiss, and it’s Jesse’s job to stop them from going deeper.”
Control is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The Expeditions DLC is now available for download.
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