Celebrate the Year of the Dragon with Ghostrunner 2

Cyberpunk-action thriller Ghostrunner 2 is celebrating the Year of the Dragon by releasing a few long-awaited free content updates on February 8th, including a Chinese VO and an expansion of the current ‘Roguerunner.exe Mode’. February 8th will also see the release of a $4.99 standalone pack (which is free if you own the Season Pass or Brutal Edition) which includes three sword skins, three hand skins, and a brand-new motorcycle skin. You can learn more about these releases below:

CALABASAS, Calif. – January 19, 2023 – Ghostrunner 2, the first-person cyberpunk-action thriller by leading video game publisher 505 Games and developer One More Level celebrates the Year of The Dragon with long-awaited free content updates. As part of the Lunar New Year celebration, a much sought-after Chinese VO will now be featured from February 8th, along with an expansion of the current ‘Roguerunner.exe Mode’ that will require mastery of Jack’s wingsuit, more parkour elements, and vicious enemy encounters.

For fans who have bought either the Season Pass or Brutal Edition, February 8th will also see the launch of the deadly new Dragon Pack Expansion which contains cosmetic content, all themed around the Year of the Dragon. Also available as a standalone purchase at $4.99, the new content includes…

*Three sword skins
*Three hand skins
*A brand new motorcycle skin

Nominated for Action Game Of The Year at the 2023 Game Awards, Ghostrunner 2 is bursting with new powers, upgradeable abilities, traversal mechanics, an expanded narrative, deeper world building, and devilish new enemies. Every kill is earned.

For those yet to experience Ghostrunner 2, it will also be on sale across selected platforms during this time, with anywhere between 30% and 50% off the MSRP. Head to Steam, PlayStation, Xbox Series S|X for more details.

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