Forspoken In Tanta We Trust DLC releases this month

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Forspoken’s journey will continue as the story DLC In Tanta We Trust will be releasing on May 26th. The DLC was first confirmed in 2021 and was originally going to release in the Winter of 2022, before the game’s delay. The content itself is both sequel and prequel, as it continues on from the main story, but the DLC itself takes place in the past.

In the DLC In Tanta We Trust, Frey teams up with Tanta Cinta to overcome an Athia at war, while also searching for an answer that will rid the world of the impact of the Break permanently. The trailer shows that Frey and Cinta will fight and explore together, with Cinta introducting new magic skills for players to use in their fights. The description for the DLC says, “After bringing peace to Athia, Frey’s journey continues as she searches for a way to permanently rid the land from the effects of the Break. Amid her search, she follows a mysterious voice that leads her into the past.When she emerges, Frey finds herself surrounded by chaos and destruction. Injured and draped in blood-soaked clothing, she discovers a grim truth about her fate. The recently thriving Athia is at war, but why and with whom? Accompanied by Tanta Cinta, and a new set of magic, Frey must uncover the answers and save Athia once more – and attempt to save herself.”

Forspoken Review 

In our review for Forspoken, I wrote, “Forspoken was once one of the big reveals for the PS5 in 2020, but aside from using the SSD for open world magical parkour and the ultra quick fast travel, it is difficult to really see how it takes advantage of the latest console generation. The world of Athia looks good, and the combat full of flashy magic, but there’s no major side quests to divert from repetitive activities and a predictable main story.”

Luminous Productions, the developer behind the game, has been merged back into Square Enix, with sales for Forspoken being lacklustre, and the critical reception being quite poor overall too.

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