The Surge 2 Update 1.09 Is Out, Various Improvements

The Surge 2 has received Update 1.09. You can now download this patch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. You will find that The Surge 2 Update 1.09 is quite a big patch, as it has various improvements. The download and install size you need on the PlayStation 4 is 2 GB. Unfortunately there are no official and detailed information as of yet.

The Surge 2 is the sequel to one of the best adventure, action and role-playing games framed within the classic Dark Souls formula. Changing the dark medieval fantasy, the sequel continues to bet on science fiction, inviting us to fight and explore a series of labyrinthine levels while we improve our equipment. Below you will find the complete list of The Surge 2 Update 1.09 patch notes.

  • Various improvements

In other news, the Deck13 team has finalized the release date of their new DLC for The Surge 2, which on January 16 will face new and fearsome enemies in a new game area just outside Jericho City. The adventure grows with hours of narrative content based on the story of The Surge 2.

The new action takes us to a beautiful residential neighborhood in which, of course, countless enemies have settled to which we will have to kill using new weapons. Players who bet on Kraken will also find themselves able to explore VBS Krakow, a dismantled aircraft carrier that was used as a refuge for the famous.

In this area we will encounter pirate robots, “disturbed security systems and a great final boss.” Some of these developments have been seen in the new trailer focused precisely on the Kraken expansion. That same day, January 16, the Premium Edition of The Surge 2 will also be released in digital format, which is accompanied by all additional content published to date.

I remind you that Deck13 and Focus Home Interactive’s The Surge 2 was on sale since September 24, 2019 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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