Escape Academy It was one of my favorite games from last year. I loved the challenging escape room-style puzzles that gave my brain a good, warm scratch, and my only real complaint was that it ended too soon. With no more puzzles to solve, I walked away from the game. But now, with pleasure, Escape Academy gets a second DLC, Escape from the paston 19 June.
I know most people don’t play puzzle games for the story (the possible exception is the cool Professor Layton games), but provided Escape from the past It is actually convincing. You are transported to the Escape Academy sometime in the past to solve puzzles with younger versions of characters from the base game who are still there seriously Attractive.
One of my other gripes with the base game was that I couldn’t spend more time with my teachers, so I’m hoping this DLC will rectify that. It looks like Escape from the past It wouldn’t solve my biggest problem with the game – its brevity. The DLC only has five puzzles, and while I’m sure they’ll be as satisfying as they were in the base game, I’ll probably be left wanting more. Fortunately, I couldn’t access it Escape Academyfirst DLC, Escape from the island counter escapeso when I play the two together, I’ll get a nice puzzle-solving treat.
Escape from the past Launches June 19th on Xbox, PlayStation, and PC.