Lazy Bear Games released Graveyard Keeper in August of 2018. Described by them as “the most inaccurate medieval cemetery sim of the year,” you must build and manage a graveyard from the middle ages while “facing ethical dilemmas and making questionable decisions.” Gather resources, craft items, make business alliances, and even explore dungeons every now and then.
Since its release, the number of things you can do in Graveyard Keeper has been expanded with several DLC chapters, all of them using titles that are puns on popular TV shows. Breaking Bad has already been covered with “Breaking Dead,” so why not the spinoff as well? Here, then, is Better Save Soul.
No one is without sin – this is what the Bishop in the Town teaches, and it is true. But who said that one cannot be cleansed from these sins? Help your new friend Euric to fulfill his cherished dream and remove the shards of sins from his soul. In return, he is ready to share a book, which describes a new technology for global craft control of Zombie Workstations…
6-12 hours of extra gameplay
Manage your Zombie Workstations directly from the map with the Global Craft Control
Save souls for the sake of The Ancient Contract (and your own profit)
Help to fulfill the dream of your new shady friend – Euric
Discover a new area for all the new workbenches
Graveyard Keeper is available now on Nintendo Switch, XBox One and PC via Steam.
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