Sin Slayers Getting Free Snow Peak DLC

Published: November 12, 2019 8:00 AM /


Sin Slayers

If you've been enjoying some turn-based tactical roguelite experiences, Sin Slayers may be on your radar. Or you already own it. Either case, the game is getting some free DLC with the upcoming Snow Peak expansion that drops on November 18th, 2019.

Taking place after the events of the main game, Snow Peaks sees a mysterious new rift open up inside of the church where the heroes gather. When a man steps through and tells the story of his frozen wasteland of a home, the heroes decide to take a trip and see what the deal with the frozen peaks are. Along the way, the team will have to do battle with the Ice Queen that rules over the land, and stop her from spreading her icy influence.

If you're traveling to the Snow Peaks then the first thing you're going to want to consider is some new friends to help you along the way. To this effect, Sin Slayers will be introducing two new classes. While there isn't much detail on what exactly these new classes can do, the Northerner and the Blood Mage will be joining your ranks and helping you in the battle to defeat the Ice Queen. You'll likely need their help, as new enemies such as giant bears and undead Vikings are being added to stand in your path. The snow peaks will serve as an all-new map for you to explore, find treasure, defeat monsters, and all other sorts of tactical options.

Sin Slayers is currently available on PC. A version for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch are currently in development.

How do you feel about this DLC? Think it's more Snow Slayers than Sin Slayers? Trying to avoid any dumb slay puns? Let us know (don't tell us your puns) in the comments below!

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