Giveaway – win one of ten codes for Remnant: From The Ashes – Swamps of Corsus DLC on PC

It’s that time once again for giving you free things, and we do love to give you free things. This time out, we’ve got ten PC codes for the Remnant: From The Ashes – Swamps of Corsus DLC to share, letting you extend that excellent Remnant co-op action just a bit further. The DLC brings an all-new survival mode with it, doubling down on the game’s roguelike elements, as well as a host of other new content.

Out today for PC and coming on 4th June for PS4 and Xbox One, Swamps of Corsus offers a new experience for players; “Those brave enough to take on this intense permadeath challenge will travel randomly through corrupted World Stones to different biomes seeking epic new rewards, all the while fighting to survive against insanely difficult bosses and enemies.” Sounds like great fun, right?

Coming from Gunfire Games, a team that includes a number of Darksiders alumni, Remnant: From the Ashes is a co-op Soulslike set in a fantastical post-apocalyptic world that offers up gunplay to take down its supernatural creatures, rather than focussing on the genres’ penchant for sharp pointy things. The Swamps of Corsus DLC expands the Swamp area, as well as adding in new bosses, enemies, guns and mods, so there’s plenty of stuff to sink your teeth into, alongside a couple of pals.

All you need to do to get your hands on it is use the handy giveaway widget below. You can enter simply by signing in, or via Twitter, YouTube and Facebook.

We’ll be running the competition through the week, and entries close at 6PM UK time on Thursday 30th April. The giveaway is open to anyone, however winners must respond within three working days of being contacted, and if they do not another winner will be drawn. Our usual terms and conditions apply, and decisions are final.

Win a code for Remnant: From The Ashes – Swamps of Corsus

All that’s left to say is good luck!

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