Team17 reveals a roadmap (seamap?) for Dredge – Destructoid updates

More slack in line

Team17 has revealed the roadmap to the indie darling of Black Salt Games, dredge, which runs until the end of the year. While many of the add-ons can be considered “small,” they will end up with paid DLC at the end of the year.

First, we have the map selectors. I didn’t even realize they weren’t actually in the game. I guess I didn’t need them very Difficult I never looked to see if they were there.

The next feature is one I’ve always appreciated: portrait mode. It’s always nice to be able to set up the perfect visual. You’ll get this ability from a character in the game and can then use it to find new wildlife to take pictures of. As part of this update, you will be able to turn off the aggressive behavior of some sea monsters. While I feel vulnerability is kind of central to horror dredgeit will be useful for anyone who just wants to explore without panicking.

in Q3, dredge The team will add boat customization. Again, I didn’t necessarily look for this while playing, but I always love new ways to get creative. This will come in the form of paint schemes and flags.

life at sea

Finally, at the end of the year, Black Salt Games will release paid DLC for dredge. The DLC will center around a mysterious corporation known as Ironhaven. While they claim they are simply investing in drilling to revitalize the area’s towns and settlements, their actual goals appear far more sinister. However, you will help them build their facilities while revealing their secrets.

While I was not in love dredgeObjectively, I appreciate that. The paid DLC looks kinda cool, and I might be willing to check it out when it finally drops at the end of the year.

If you haven’t dropped anchor dredge, and is available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X| S, and Switch.

Zoe Handley

Staff Writer – Zoey is a game guru. I started blogging with the community in 2018 and hit the front page shortly after. Found in a habit of exploring independent experiments and outdated libraries, she does her best to remain chronically unfamiliar.

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