'REMNANT II' Second DLC "The Forgotten Kingdom" Set for April 23

Originally published at: The Forgotten Kingdom: New DLC and Storyline for REMNANT II - XboxEra

Developer Gunfire Games today has announced that their third-person co-op survival shooter ‘REMNANT II’ is set to get its second DLC this month. Dubbed “The Forgotten Kingdom”, this content pack adds a new storyline, archetype, more items, and naturally more bosses and enemies. Players will uncover the forgotten history of the lost tribe of Yaesha all the while putting out the fires of a very angry stone spirit.

This DLC will run for $9.99 USD on its own and will launch on the 23rd of April across all platforms. The Forgotten Kingdom is part of a three-DLC bundle that runs for $24.99 USD, which includes the previous ‘The Awakened King’ DLC and a future DLC pack scheduled for later this year. Ultimate Edition owners get the DLC at no additional cost. With crossplay now available in REMNANT II, now is the best time to get in on the action—especially since the game is on Xbox Game Pass. Check out our review of the game right this way as well.

Have a gander at the trailer, gallery, and full press release below for more details on The Forgotten Kingdom.



The Forgotten Kingdom DLC Marks the Second DLC to Release for REMNANT II, With One Final DLC Set to Launch Later This Year

Gunfire Games is excited to announce today The Forgotten Kingdom, the second premium DLC for REMNANT II, will launch on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S on April 23 for $9.99. This will be the second DLC in the previously announced DLC Bundle, consisting of three DLC packs, for REMNANT II. Fans can purchase the DLC Bundle for $24.99 on April 23 to get The Awakened King DLC, The Forgotten Kingdom DLC, and have access to the final DLC once it’s available sometime later this year. Those who purchased the Ultimate Edition of REMNANT II have access to all DLCs at no additional cost.

In this upcoming DLC for REMNANT II, players will piece together the forgotten history of the lost tribe of Yaesha as they attempt to quell the vengeful wrath of an ancient stone spirit called Lydusa.  Navigate the lingering traces of torment, treachery, and death that haunt the land’s once proud ziggurats, as Lydusa’s living stones wander the crumbling remnants of an ancient civilization in search of fresh blood. In a brand-new storyline, players must uncover the secrets of the lost tribe by exploring a mysterious new area within the world of Yaesha. In this strange new location, players will traverse new dungeons, acquire powerful gear—including a new Archetype, “The Invoker”— meet unexpected allies, and face new threats in their quest to return some semblance peace to the forgotten kingdom.

Below is a detailed list of features for The Forgotten Kingdom:

  • New Storyline, Dungeons, and Area Based in the World of Yaesha: Delve deeper into the biome of Yaesha and experience a brand-new storyline where players will unravel the mystery of

Yaesha’s lost tribe and a vengeful stone spirit called Lydusa, and her living stone constructs.

  • New Archetype – The Invoker: Drawing strength from the Nature Spirits of Yaesha, this new Archetype can harness the mystic power of the jungle. More details on the Archetype will be revealed in a new Archetype Reveal Trailer next week!
  • Many Items and Powerful Weapons that Enhance Gameplay: Outfit the wanderer to survive this more deadly version of the world of Yaesha by choosing from a host of new weapons and modifications, along with new items, like amulets and rings.
  • New Bosses, Characters and Fearsome Creatures to Encounter: Mysterious threats and survivors, of unknown origin, emerge from the crumbling remnants of the forgotten civilization of Yaesha bringing new challenges for all players.

REMNANT IIpits the last remnants of humanity against the harrowing forces of evil. The title evolves the co-op survival shooter with new unseen worlds filled with deadly surprises and encounters. Players join the battle to save humanity in a dynamically generated world filled with branching quest lines, unique loot, and overwhelming odds that encourage exploration and replayability, either alone or in three-person co-op. Players can define their own playstyle with an expanded Archetype class system and a wide assortment of guns, armor, and special augmentations as they overcome hard-fought challenges to stave off humanity’s extinction.   

Looking forward to this. Of course, I still need to beat the final boss in the base game and then play through the first expansion. Hehe.