New La Mulana 2: Tower of Oannes DLC Announced

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oprainfall | La Mulana 2: Tower of Oannes DLC

 

Active Gaming Media Inc. and PLAYISM have announced the new La Mulana 2: Tower of Oannes DLC. Players will revisit the ruins of Eg-Lana, after survivors are found who belong to a tribe previously thought to be extinct. The new DLC will be available through Steam, GOG, and the Humble Store.

“Exiled from Eg-Lana for lacking the required intelligence, the 4th Children have broken the seal to unleash an invincible power.”

The new DLC adds a brand new area into the game called Tower of Oannes. According to the press release, the difficulty of this place rivals that of the Hell Temple. Hardcore players will be excited to dive in and test their mettle against the challenges that lie ahead.

Below is a story synopsis of the new DLC, and a bunch of screenshots from the press release. You can also check out our review of La Mulana 2 (PC).



“5 years have passed since a certain archeologist uncovered the secrets of the La-Mulana ruins, said to be the origin of civilization. That led to the unfortunate collapse of the ruins, preventing any meaningful research to be conducted since.

Residing in a nearby village, the ancient guardians of the ruins, known as the 7th children of “the mother of all mankind”, started looking for a new way of life. As time passed, they turned the area around the ruin entrance into a tourist destination… until monsters started appearing from all over the ruins.

The “mother” of the La-Mulana ruins was supposed to be dormant, how has she given birth to these monsters?

The village elder tried locating the archeologist, but to no avail. That is when Lumisa Kosugi, daughter of the archeologist, turns up at the village…

Known as the “other” La-Mulana, Eg-Lana served as penal colony for the inhabitants of the ruins and is a place filled with spite, hatred, and rage.
You won’t believe the awesome mystery of Eg-Lana you uncover at the end of your journey…”

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