Dead Cells’ Everyone is Here update is now available on consoles
Dead Cells’ Everyone is Here update is now available on consoles following its release on PC last week, Evil Empire and Motion Twin have announced.
This update introduces a book at the start of the game that will task players with completing challenges. Each completed challenge grants access to a character from Hollow Knight, Blasphemous, Hyper Light Drifter, Guacamelee!, Skul: The Hero Slayer, and Curse of the Dead Gods.
In addition to the book, players can find “lore rooms” that contain weapons and skills inspired by each game. The full list of available weapons and skills can be found below:
- Blasphemous – Face Flask (Crush a flask on your forehead, dealing low damage to yourself and transforming 35 percent of your missing health into recovery.)
- Hollow Knight – Pure Nail (Can attack upward and downward. Attacking downward while airborne causes you to bounce on your enemies, dealing critical damage.)
- Hyper Light Drifter – Gun & Sword (The gun marks its targets while also dealing damage. The sword deals critical damage to the marked targets, increasing with the number of gun marks on the target. Sword hits also recharge the gun’s ammo, which doesn’t recharge passively.)
- Guacamelee! – Pollo Power (Turn into a chicken for a few seconds, firing several explosive eggs around you because of course.)
- Skul: The Hero Slayer – Bone (Smash enemies with a bone club. Hitting with the second attack enables a whirlwind attack that deals critical damage.)
- Curse of the Dead Gods – Machete & Pistol (Slash twice with a machete. The third attack uses the pistol to bump and inflict critical damage to nearby enemies. Holding the attack button charges a slow and powerful ranged attack.)
Dead Cells is available now on PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
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