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Don’t Starve Is Getting New DLC

To Be Or Not To…Oh Wait, Wrong Hamlet

While it’s well known for it’s intriguing multiplayer, this popular open-world survival game is getting itself a brand new single-player DLC come 2018, not to mention a whole slew of other additional content!

According to an article on Eurogamer

Klei Entertainment has been quiet about Don’t Starve for a few months now, but it seems the team has been working on a raft of new gubbins.

In the official Don’t Starve forum, the developer announced a new single-player DLC called Hamlet.

In the Hamlet DLC, which is due for release at some point during the first half of next year, peculiar scientist Wilson finds a portal to the origins of the Pigmen and tries to survive while he explores their civilisation.

In addition to the DLC, Klei is working on a series of free events for Don’t Starve Together. The events are limited-time play modes and aim to “mix up the experience”, with those who complete them earning special skins.

Don’t Starve Together: The Forge is the first event, coming in November. This six-player co-op challenge tasks players with defeating the Grand Forge Boarrior. The Forge includes new character traits, weapons, armour, items and combat abilities.

On top of that, Don’t Starve Together has a new challenger called Winona, who is now available on Steam, and the game has just been announced for Xbox One.

Klei is also adding new free content to Don’t Starve: Shipwrecked.

For those of you that are hungry for more Don’t Starve, sounds like there’s enough new content here to make up a sizeable feast. Fans should be ready to dig in for second servings, with plenty of other tasty morsels seemingly on the horizon.

Now we’re hungry, thanks a lot Klei Entertainment!

You can check out the trailer for Don’t Starve’s Hamlet DLC below.