NEW YORK — November 30, 2011 — Paradox Interactive and Arrowhead Studios have completed their unholy rituals of coding and debugging, and the terrifying new expansion to Magicka has been awakened and unleashed upon the masses.
Entitled Magicka: The Stars are Left , Paradox and Arrowhead have lovingly crafted a Lovecraftian horror-mystery campaign that will send players into the chilling depths of insanity. The expansion is available now on popular digital distribution platforms for $5.99, not including the cost of your mortal soul.
Magicka: The Stars Are Left release trailer can be viewed here:
Magicka: The Stars are Left comes hot on the heels of an overhauled game engine for the overall title. Thus ensuring that players’ descent into madness is the result of unholy terrors from beyond time and space, and not because you had to start the entire level over because you died. And let’s face it, there will be lots of death, most of which will be caused by your own actions.
As with all add-on content for Magicka, the new expansion can be played by anybody who purchases it, or anybody playing with someone who has purchased it.