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New Remnant: From the Ashes update adds Adventure Mode, new “Leto’s Lab” dungeon coming on September 19th

Perfect World Entertainment today announced that a new game mode and a dungeon will come to Remnant: From the Ashes. These modes will be free to everyone, and will continue to keep players enthralled in the game’s world.

As the press release reads, on September 12th, “Adventure Mode” will bring a new layer of exploration to Remnant: From the Ashes. This mode will allow players to ”re-roll” the following biomes: Ruined Earth, Rhom and Yaesha without having to play all the way through the main campaign.

Players and their teammates can activate the mode from the World Stone in Ward 13 and select to roll one of these dynamically generated biomes, then continue to explore dungeons,encounter new enemies, or fight their favorite (or toughest) world bosses. Moreover, all of their progress and items obtained in Adventure Mode stay with their character. Therefore, they will be able to keep rolling in order to obtain more weapons, armors, mods, and other items.

On September 19th, Gunfire will release “Leto’s Lab”. Leto’s Lab will take players on a quest through Research Station Alpha. In this dungeon, players will be challenged by light puzzles mixed with intense combat, including a new boss fight. This unique dungeon will shed more light on the game’s intricate backstory and its enigmatic red crystals.

Both Adventure Mode and Leto’s Lab are completely free. As such, Steam will automatically download them when they become available!

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