Vita’s Escape Plan Getting Free DLC
Published on Monday, 02 April 2012 10:04
The puzzle game, Escape Plan, by Fun Bits Interactive for the Playstation Vita is going to be getting free DLC. According to the Playstation Blog and team lead Chris Millar, the free content - known as the Bakuki’s Lair DLC - will be available on April 19th, and will add 19 new puzzle rooms. The DLC will come in the form of a downloadable patch (v. 1.01), and will have 19 prequel levels for Lil and Laarg to explore. In addition, Millar says that, "Patch 1.01 allows for more pin-point accuracy on tap blocks, as well as an adjustment to the game’s star rating system. We are also laying the foundation for a lot of exciting updates for Lil and Laarg in the future" .Stay tuned for more information on Escape Plan and it’s free DLC. Be sure to download patch 1.01 on April 19th and check out Bakuki’s Lair DLC.
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