As promised, Coffee Stain Studios have recently released 5 DLCs in conjunction with a free update to Sanctum. Consisting of two maps and three towers, the new DLCs reflect how things have changed in Elysion One. From the devastation portrayed in AfterShock’s subterranean halls to the Penetrator’s intense power, it’s clear that it is now serious business. In celebration of the release of the new DLCs, players have also been accorded two new towers, a new map, the much-anticipated shotgun and a 10% discount on all products during the week. “I think we’ve succeeded in hitting that sweet spot between paid content and free updates.” CEO Anton Westbergh stated. He then continued. “We might have introduced paid DLCs to our repoirtore but this doesn’t mean the end of free content. We’re providing options, not taking them away.”
About Coffee Stain Studios Coffee Stain Studios, winner of multiple honors in Epic Games’ $1 Million Intel Make Something Unreal Contest is the developer of the wildly successful PC title “Sanctum”. The company was formed in 2010 by a group of devoted and ambitious students from the University of Skövde in Sweden and the goal was to form a company allowing the founders to work with what they love, to create unique awesome games. During the first months of the company existence an iOS title called I Love Strawberries was developed and published by Atari, Inc. Since then, the focus has been put on Sanctum which as of today has sold over 180 000 units on digital platforms.
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