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Dead Cells development ending

Support for Dead Cells is now coming to an end. Today, Motion Twin and Evil Empire announced that update 35 will be the last major update for the game.

Regarding the decision, it was explained that “it’s crucial not to overextend and risk diminishing the unique charm that makes Dead Cells special to us all.”

Motion Twin and Evil Empire did say that quality of life issues and bugs will be taken care of.

Dead Cells animated series

It’s been announced that an animated series for Dead Cells is in production, with Evil Empire and Motion Twin teaming up with Bobbypills. Fans can expect its debut in 2024.

The show will premiere on ADN, which will also co-produce the show. There are plans for ten, seven-minute long episodes that will initially be exclusive to France before rolling out worldwide.

Dead Cells sales 10 million

Evil Empire and Motion Twin announced today that Dead Cells has sold more than ten million copies in the six years since its initial Early Access launch in 2017. That figure goes for all platforms worldwide.

Here’s more on the game from Motion Twin:

Dead Cells Clean Cut update

Original (4/27): Yet another update is inbound for Dead Cells, with this one being called “Clean Cut”.

Two new weapons, additions to the Boss Rush and Training Room (including the Return to Castlevania bosses), Speedrun Mode, and the ability to put the Bobby head on most outfits are included. There’s other aspects as well including the usual balance adjustments and fixes.

The full patch notes for the Dead Cells “Clean Cut” update are as follows:

Dead Cells Return to Castlevania physical

Merge Games and Motion Twin today revealed new physical and special editions of Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania. It will be available on August 11, 2023.

Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania is planned as both a regular physical release and Signature Edition. The former features reversible retro cover art. With the latter, you’ll be getting various collectable extras including the soundtrack CD, an exclusive art book, pin badges, and more.

Here’s the full rundown of everything in the Signature Edition:

Dead Cells Return to Castlevania DLC launch trailer

The Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania DLC is officially here, and to celebrate the launch, a new trailer has come online.

Learn more about the new content in the following overview:

Dead Cells Return to Castlevania Richter

Motion Twin and Evil Empire today shared another trailer for the upcoming Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania DLC, and confirmed that Richter will be playable.

After finding a secret level located somewhere deep in Dracula’s castle, players will be able to play Richter Mode, which lets them control the age-old Castlevania protagonist for a nostalgia trip that hits harder than the Vampire Killer. His classic moveset is inspired by Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.

Dead Cells Return to Castlevania DLC release date

The Return to Castlevania DLC for Dead Cells now has a release date. As announced during today’s Nintendo Direct, it will drop on March 6.

Everything you need to know can be found in the following overview:

Dead Cells Castlevania

Dead Cells is teaming up with Castlevania in a new crossover, it’s been announced. The news just dropped at The Game Awards 2022.

The new content is known as Return to Castlevania. Described as the “biggest DLC yet” for Dead Cells, it’ll feature two levels, three bosses and a new storyline.

Here’s a ton of additional information:

Dead Cells Everyone is Here Vol. II update

Original (11/7): Dead Cells continues to release new content, and a new Everyone is Here Vol. II update has just been revealed. The patch just went live on PC, and is “coming soon to consoles” – including Switch.

Everyone is Here Vol. II features the latest set of crossovers. Players can access weapons, skills, and skins from Terraria, Risk of Rain, Hotline Miami, Shovel Knight, Katana Zero, and Slay the Spire.

Below are the full patch notes:

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