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Bringing the brutal world of Frostpunk to a tabletop near you.
Set for release sometime over the summer.
Our views on the new DLC for the brutal Frostpunk.
It's Frostpunk but not as you know it.
Available on PC on 21st January 2020.
Includes a brand new map for Endless Mode.
Bleak, distressing and downright brilliant.
Publishing director Paweł Feldman breaks down Frostpunk's first year.