Children of Morta's original roadmap has changed from its 2020 version, and now in 2021 the new roadmap has no paid DLC going forward. In 2020, the developers added 5 significant updates to the game that include Items Packs, New Game + Mode, new difficulty settings, a brand new character, and a single paid DLC. The paid DLC, Paws and Claws, had 100% of its proceeds go to the Humane Society International charity, and had over $100k was raised so far for charity, which is really cool.
What's in the new Children of Morta Roadmap?
Originally, there was going to be a simple endless mode, online co-op functionality, and a paid DLC that would feel like a separate mode for the game. While the online co-op is still coming, everything else has been changed. Instead of an endless mode, there's a new Family Trials update that's coming soon, and the paid DLC has merged some of its features with the endless mode, which has resulted in this new mode:
While Family Trials was supposed to be a paid DLC, it's going to be free as a thank you for those who have bought the Paws and Claws DLC... despite 100% of its proceeds going to charity. There's not going to be a paid DLC at all, just free DLC going forward. You don't see this very often in the gaming industry, that's for sure.
As for the online co-op, that's still coming. The upcoming Family Trials mode will also be using the online co-op mode, so you can look forward to both of those coming soon.
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