Overhype Studios recently announced ‘Blazing Deserts’, the third DLC for the acclaimed turn-based tactical RPG Battle Brothers. Blazing Deserts will take players to a new area of the continent: a new land of burning deserts and lush jungles, to the south of the lands their bands of mercenaries are familiar with. The new DLC also introduces a new unique culture, loosely based on medieval Arabian and Persian cultures. With new lore, equipment, contracts, legendary locations and beasts, as well as a new late-game crisis, Blazing Deserts will be the biggest DLC ever released for Battle Brothers. Blazing Deserts is expected to be released in Q2 2020; more details will be announced soon. Stay tuned to the Steam store page of the game for dev blogs with new details of the DLC in the weeks to come. 

  • A realm of independent southern city-states with their own lore, equipment and services, as well as entirely new character backgrounds to recruit
  • A new late game crisis that tests the mettle of your company in the fires of religious turmoil
  • A gallery of company feats that grant permanent boons with which to customize your company to your playstyle as you progress throughout your campaign
  • A variety of new opponents with their own fighting styles – from exotic beasts to desert raiders and southern armies quite unlike those in the north
  • New environments both on the world map and in tactical combat
  • Several new origins to pick for your company for a different campaign experience
  • New banners, weapons, armors and helmets inspired by historic Arabian and Persian cultures of the medieval ages
  • New legendary locations and legendary rewards
  • New contracts and events
  • New crafting recipes for owners of the ‘Beasts & Exploration’ DLC
  • Several new music tracks by Breakdown Epiphanies to accompany you on your travels south
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