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Moonlighter: Between Dimensions

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 42019
Xbox One2019
PCJul 23, 2019
Nintendo Switch2019

Developers: 11 bit studios, Digital Sun

Genres: Action, Adventure

The village of Rynoka. Once again peaceful and prosperous after the events of the Fifth Door. Shaded with green trees, inhabited by adventurous and entrepreneurial creatures alike. You can understand why a person would like to live here endlessly. However, life doesn't stop for anybody. The wind of change is blowing through Rynoka. A new, cryptic Portal appeared out of nowhere. Does it bring a new threat? Or is it a new way to make an easy profit? And most importantly... are you prepared to enter the unknown? Between Dimensions is the biggest Moonlighter expansion so far. The DLC enlarges the main experience by filling current dungeons with new creatures, populating all-new Interdimensional Dungeon with mini-bosses, swarming the adventure with new weapons, armory, shop items, and rings. Features: A brand-new Interdimensional Dungeon (and a chance for it to appear as a Corrupted Dungeon in the original dungeons) 10 original enemies and 5 minibosses Full set of weapons with a new short sword, big sword, bow, gloves, and spear Set of armor with a new helmet, chest, and boots Trick Weapons – 10 unique weapons – both powerful… and punishing! New Rings – which are boosting Will’s passive abilities New Shop upgrade – allowing Will to showcase his new Interdimensional Items New Customers asking to trade and an unfamiliar NPC: The Trader Additional story and lore
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Moonlighter - Between Dimensions DLC | Official Release Trailer

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Moonlighter - Between Dimensions DLC | Official Launch Date Teaser

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Reviews

While the gameplay and narrative is as solid as you would expect from 11 Bit Studios, the cost to upgrade is really it’s only downside.

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