The Callisto Protocol just received a new batch of content in the form of The Contagion Bundle, which features 14 new death animations, the Watchtower skin collection, and a new mode called Contagion Mode. Contagion Mode has players fighting stronger enemies with less resources and no manual saves and dying in Contagion Mode will send you back to the beginning of the chapter. In case you missed our review we thought that The Callisto Protocol was a fun, yet flawed, game. You can check out a trailer for The Contagion Bundle above and read below for more details:
A new batch of content – the Contagion Bundle – has arrived for The Callisto Protocol, the survival horror game from Striking Distance Studios and KRAFTON. The Contagion Bundle grants access to the new Contagion Mode, 14 new death animations for Jacob, and the Watchtower Skin Collection.
Death is only the beginning with Contagion Mode, which we view as the game’s ultimate survival horror experience. When playing this mode, you’ll have to fight tactically and use your ammo wisely as you experience a custom balance of stronger enemies, limited resources, and no manual saves. Death means you’ll be resetting to the beginning of your current chapter. Thread carefully – the horrors of Black Iron Prison are more deadly than ever.
Speaking of deadly, the Contagion Bundle also includes 14 new hand-crafted ways for Jacob to die at the hands of the Biophage. Pair these new animations with Contagion Mode and it’s like experiencing the gruesome horrors of The Callisto Protocol for the first time.
You’ll also be granted the Watchtower Skin Collection, a United Jupiter Company (UJC)-themed pack of player and weapon skins. Just because you’re battling violent monsters through the corridors of Black Iron Prison and the mysterious ruins beneath doesn’t mean you can’t look good, after all.
The Contagion Bundle is available now on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC. You can get your hands on the Contagion Bundle now as part of The Callisto Protocol’s Digital Deluxe Edition, Season Pass, or purchase it separately.
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