As reported again in June, The Messenger’s free DLC, Picnic Panic is out at present, July 11, 2019. This DLC will take gamers to a tropical resort with new bosses and enemies to defeat. Picnic Panic takes place throughout an alternate timeline and duties the participant with rescuing pleasant creatures referred to as Phobekins in an effort to cease one of many foremost antagonists of the sport, Barma’thazël.
Based mostly on the trailer beneath, the Picnic Panic growth will embody three new ranges accompanied by numerous bosses, as properly. You’ll discover the Ninja character leaping, attacking, and traversing the attractive Voodkin Island in model. One of many extra fascinating bosses you’ll see within the trailer is the pink octopus creature that requires you to assault whereas browsing the ocean.
The Messenger is closely impressed by basic NES video games like Ninja Gaiden, with lovely 2D pixel artwork and a very good chiptune soundtrack. It initially launched for Nintendo Change and PC in August of 2018, however later got here to PS4 in March of 2019. One of many fascinating options of The Messenger is the way in which it adjustments from Eight-bit to 16-bit graphic kinds. The sport begins out with an Eight-bit artwork model however after touring to the long run, adjustments to 16-bit. This provides The Messenger a singular spin, making it stand out in opposition to the numerous 2D facet scrollers which have launched in current reminiscence.
And now that the Picnic Panic DLC is out free of charge, you possibly can proceed your journey in The Messenger.
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[Source: Venture Beat]