Dark simulation game My Lovely Daughter has received a free DLC pack.

Titled The Inquisitor, the DLC adds three new features which developer GameChanger Studio is being a little cagey about. The DLC’s official Steam page lists a “new game mechanic” and a “new story”, as well as an alteration to gameplay, but doesn’t specify exactly what these things will entail.

Here’s what The Inquisitor is promising to players:

  • New game mechanic – Available for you to find at Faust’s home
  • Gameplay adjustment – The Inquisitor visit will alter the job mechanic within the village
  • New story – New story regarding the new guest of Salach Village and unravel more stories regarding the villagers [sic]

The titular Inquisitor of the DLC will visit player character Faust during his quest to revive his daughter. What exactly the Inquisitor is doing in Faust’s village is unclear. It’s up to players to piece together the reason for his visit. Looks like players will need to figure out the rest for themselves. If you already own My Lovely Daughter, head on over to the Steam page and download the free DLC now to check it out.

My Lovely Daughter released in March last year. The game’s creator, Indonesian studio GameChanger, describes it as “a commentary on child labor, abusive parenting, and ignorant societies”  inspired by the lives of team members and intended to make players feel sad and uneasy. The game centers on Faust, an amnesiac alchemist who wakes to find his daughter has died. Faust sets about trying to bring his daughter back from the dead with the power of alchemy. In order to do so, he must create homunculi to perform tasks for him. Said homunculi also provide his main source of income in the form of harvested parts.

You can check out what TechRaptor thought of My Lovely Daughter right here.

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Joe Allen

Staff Writer

Dark Souls changed my life, and I'm here to spread the good news. I like pretty much all sorts of games, but I judge everything by its proximity to our Lord and saviour, Dark Souls.


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