Shadowrun Returns Summary
"Waiter, I’ve got cyberpunk in my isometric fantasy RPG!" "Try it sir, you might like it."
The original release of Shadowrun: Dragonfall was essentially a much improved version of the very good but occasionally clunky Shadowrun Returns, so I was pretty interested in what the Shadowrun: Dragonfall - Director's Cut would add when developer Harebrained Schemes announced it a while back.
An improvement of an improvement - how does that work then? Well, Harebrained has a new Shadowrun Kickstarter which explains exactly what they've been up to.over on the
Harebrained Schemes Shadowrun: Dragonfall Director's Cut. It's out on September 18 and brings new missions, music, combat improvements and more.the release date for its upcoming
As Harebrained has previously confirmed, you won't have to fork out for the new edition if you already own the game, or were a Kickstarter backer of the initial Shadowrun project.
Interesting news for fans of Harebrained Schemes' rather good Kickstarter RPG Shadowrun Returns - the game's Dragonfall expansion will receive an upgraded Director's Cut edition later this year, with a bunch of newly added content.
The best news? If you already own the expansion, or backed thefor the core game, you'll get the new version for free.
Shadowrun Returns today receives its first full-length campaign expansion with Shadowrun: Dragonfall from developer Harebrained Schemes. A 12+ hour campaign set in the city of Berlin awaits with new features.
The greatest addition is perhaps the new save/load system so we needn't rely on checkpoints any more. The studio has listened to all feedback when designing Dragonfall.
Harebrained Schemes has just announced that pre-orders for Shadowrun: Dragonfall, an expansion to Shadowrun: Returns, have begun on Steam. The turn-based RPG will be beefed up February 27th.
Dragonfall is an all-new full campaign in the city of Berlin, featuring new "characters, environments, weapons, cyberware, enemies" and other fine things.