Night in the Woods director's cut out now, adds two extra side stories
Weird Autumn is story-driven journey recreation Night in the Wood’s model of a director’s cut: it is a free replace that adds new dialogue, extra actions and a few contemporary faces to satisfy. It additionally ushers in two supplementary side stories, Longest Night and Lost Constellation, each standalone (if quick) video games in their very own proper. They have been launched on their very own throughout Night in the Wood’s improvement, however now they’re built-in into the major recreation’s world.
Nowhere does it truly spell out what has modified in the major recreation, however the posts on the Steam dialogue boards and Reddit recommend that it is nothing main: now you can commit new forms of petty crimes with your folks in the city of Possum Spring, and in particular places you will discover new characters that present extra perception into the recreation’s story.
Some acquainted conversations may have new dialogue choices, too. Oh, and protagonist Mae now has a pink bass guitar in her bed room, and you may choose it up and play the recreation’s musical mini recreation any time you are there. It’s sufficient to get those who loved the recreation to come back again and poke round one final time, I reckon.
However, the new content material would possibly break the recreation if you happen to attempt to keep it up a playthrough that is midway completed. Basically, the recommendation from the developer is that you just begin a brand new recreation or—if you wish to choose up your present progress—then it’s best to cease the recreation from updating to keep away from conflicts in a while.
to reiterate- if you wish to end your present playthrough of NITW earlier than diving into the re-creation, pause or flip off auto-updates in your platform of selection. https://t.co/J65zQWKLSzDecember 13, 2017
Andy reviewed the recreation when it got here out in February and was an enormous fan of the writing, the freedom the recreation arms you, and the humour. Read his evaluation right here.