Developer Croteam is going back and making new content for a game that itself is a remake of a game released back in 2002. Publisher Devolver Digital has announced that on May 15th, the first person shooter will get a new DLC pack, Legend of the Beast, for the price of $4.99.
For that price, owners of the game will get three new single player maps, along with three new survival and three new versus multiplayer maps. Even better news is that starting on May 15th, all of Serious Sam HD The Second Encounter's versus and survival multiplayer modes will be able to be played for free.
The original Serious Sam: The Second Encounter was released back in 2002, about a year after the release of the first Serious Sam game. In 2009, Croteam released a graphical remake of Serious Sam, called Serious Sam HD, and did the same for Serious Sam: The Second Encounter in 2010. Both "HD" remakes used Croteam's new Serious Engine 3 graphics engine. In 2011, the developer released the Fusion DLC pack, which merged the content of both games into one massive game.
In late 2011, Croteam released Serious Sam III: BFE but so far Croteam has yet to announce any DLC packs for that game.
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