After completing the main game, you can unlock the DLC “The Unspoken Oath” as part of the main campaign.
It unlocks new endings, which you can view in the “Options” menu.
But for the most part, you’ll want to get through the DLC content on your own.
You can play through the game on any platform, and the DLC can be accessed on the PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Switch.
The Switch version will also include “The Secret of the Last City” downloadable content.
The game features a large, open world, and you can jump around between levels, and explore locations by jumping off the rooftops.
In “The Hidden Depths,” you can visit a “secret” city, complete a few sidequests, and even explore a large underground facility.
The DLC has tons of new content, and if you haven’t already, you should pick it up.
It’s worth noting that there are some slight differences between the PC version and the Xbox One version.
On the PC and Xbox One versions, you get the option to switch between PS4 and Xbox 360-exclusive maps, and it’s possible to switch back to PS4 maps if you’re running into issues.
For instance, if you switch to PS3 maps and you encounter a glitch that causes you to miss a certain area, you’re stuck on PS4 for a few seconds, while on Xbox 360 you’re able to get out of the map.
This is probably an issue that will be patched out in a future update.
On the other hand, the PS4 version of “The Last City: Stories of the Lost” includes a lot more content than the Xbox 360 version, so if you can’t get through all of it, you might as well grab the Xbox version and try to save the game before you finish it.
The game is a lot of fun, and I’m looking forward to seeing what kind of content we get to play with in “The Lost Depths.”
If you can beat it, I highly recommend picking it up and playing it on a new console.
The story is a good one, and while I’d probably want to save it for a couple more playthroughs, I don’t think I’d miss it.