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COntrol Expansion

Control is getting 2 expansions, teases Alan Wake connection

As the studio and publisher 505 Games announced today, Control's about to get a whole lot bigger with multiple free additions in the pipes and two paid expansions coming in 2020.

In December, the Expeditions game mode will be released, offering challenging new end-game content in which Jesse must help Security Chief Arish explore the mysterious Formation and its unusual surroundings.

From the pages of the official website of Control, Antonela Punder of Remedy Entertainment illustrates the roadmap of the post-launch contents of the Metroidvania starring Jesse Faden. Both Photo Mode and Expeditions are free.

Control is out now for the PS4, PC, and Xbox One. It will offer challenging new end-game content, in which protagonist Jesse will help Security Chief Arish explore the mysterious Formation and its odd surroundings. How it seems that Remedy is going to bridge these two games into one experience with a Control DLC aimed to come out in mid-2020. The paid expansions will arrive in 2020, but you can expect free updates until the end of the year. Don't leave Jesse hanging, especially in such a labyrinth as The Oldest House.

We're off to see Control at next week's E3, but until we put up our preview coverage, here's a teaser.

The Foundation will see Jesse head into a new area known as, well, the Foundation, and set about restoring order to it and The Oldest House. The Oldest House is weird, but apparently it gets weirder below the Bureau. Also, both expansions will take place in new locations within the Oldest House. This section of the Oldest House, the Investigation Sector, is where the Bureau closely dissects the events that transpire in the Altered World.

Control was released for the PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One in August, and is Remedy's first title since the Xbox One-exclusive Quantum Break.

If you haven't picked up a copy of Control yet, you can now grab it on sale for PS4 and Xbox One.

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