Remnant: From the Ashes Gets a Free Dungeon Today
Remnant: From the Ashes for PC, PS4, and Xbox One received a new free dungeon called Leto's Lab today.
Gunfire Games and Perfect World Entertainment released Remnant: From the Ashes for PC, PS4, Xbox One back in August, and while I was not the biggest fan of the game, a passionate community has still formed around the game. As an online-focused title, Remnant: From the Ashes needs a healthy amount of post-launch content to stay relevant, even though its developer was recently purchased by THQ Nordic. On September 12, the game received a new Adventure Mode and today a free dungeon was added to Remnant: From Ashes.
If you update and play Remnant: From the Ashes from today onwards, you will gain access to a dungeon called Leto’s Lab. It will appear both in the aforementioned Adventure Mode and will even be dynamically spawned in the main campaign. The enemies of this dungeon will be the titular doctor’s experiments, though there are also several puzzles to solve and the ultimate reward of a secret armor set.
For those interested, this is the official backstory for the map. “Leto’s Lab takes you on a quest through Research Station Alpha. The lab was established to research the mysterious red crystals, with the initial goal of using them as a source of infinite energy. The head researcher, Leto Apostolakis, theorized the crystals could be used for something else – to bridge space-time for near-instantaneous travel. He was the one to unlock the World Stone on Ward 16 allowing mankind to take their first fledgling trips to other worlds. Leto’s experiments quickly diverged from their initial goal as he started using the World Stones to fuel a series of dubious experiments. The lab continued operating for months after the Root invaded, but was ultimately forced to evacuate when one of Leto’s experiments went awry.”
Check out the trailer highlighting this new dungeon below. Remnant: From the Ashes is available now and the PC version can be picked up on Amazon.
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