In an update on Darkest Dungeon’s Website, Red Hook Studios revealed that they are planning to release Radiant Mode for Darkest Dungeon in early February, and that The Crimson Court DLC has been pushed by to April.
Radiant Mode, which was revealed back in December, aims to shorten the game’s length from 80 hours to around 40 hours by making tweaks to things such as the time it takes to build up your roster and foray into the Darkest Dungeon. While the PC, Mac, and Linux versions of Darkest Dungeon will get the update in early February, the PS4 and PS Vita versions won’t get the update until a later date. Red Hook Studios also hopes to have a small public beta right before release, as they have done with previous updates.
They also revealed that the The Crimson Court DLC’s release has been pushed to April due to the work being done on the Radiant Mode update. Red Hook says a “significant amount of work” has already been completed on the DLC, and that they will reveal more about the The Crimson Court closer to its release.
Darkest Dungeon is available now on PC, Mac, Linux, PS4, and PS Vita.