Dead Cells Free Everyone is Here Crossover Update is Out Now For Consoles

Dead Cells' Free 'Everyone is Here' Crossover Update is Out Now For Consoles

Richard Walker

Featuring playable characters from games like Hollow Knight, Hyper Light Drifter, Guacamelee!, Curse of the Dead Gods, Blasphemous, and Skul: The Hero Slayer, Dead Cells' free ‘Everyone is Here’ update is available for consoles today.

You can get details on the six characters included in the update here, with each bringing their very own abilities to Dead Cells, the platforming roguelike adventure released back in August 2018 - and rather good it is too.

The ‘Everyone is Here’ update for Dead Cells also includes randomly-appearing ‘lore rooms’, where you can nab weapons or skills from the featured games, while a book at the beginning of the game presents players with a new challenge to tackle.

Completing each of these challenges will unlock a new character to play as, with their accompanying weapons as follows:

  • Hollow Knight – Pure Nail (Can attack upward and downward. Attacking downward while airborne causes you to bounce on your enemies, dealing critical damage.)
  • Blasphemous – Face Flask (Crush a flask on your forehead, dealing low damage to yourself and transforming 35 percent of your missing health into recovery.)
  • Hyper Light Drifter – Gun & Sword (The gun marks its targets while also dealing damage. The sword deals critical damage to the marked targets, increasing with the number of gun marks on the target. Sword hits also recharge the gun's ammo, which doesn't recharge passively.)
  • Guacamelee! - Pollo Power (Turn into a chicken for a few seconds, firing several explosive eggs around you because of course.)
  • Skul: The Hero Slayer - Bone (Smash enemies with a bone club. Hitting with the second attack enables a whirlwind attack that deals critical damage.)
  • Curse of the Dead Gods - Machete & Pistol (Slash twice with a machete. The third attack uses the pistol to bump and inflict critical damage to nearby enemies. Holding the attack button charges a slow and powerful ranged attack.)

You can play the ‘Everyone is Here’ update for free now in Dead Cells on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. You'll find the full patch notes here.

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