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The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth † (Pre-Release)
- 1 December 7 Update (Update #1)
- 2 January 5 Update (Update #2)
- 3 April 19 Update (Update #3)
- 4 June 6 Update (Update #4)
- 5 July 27 Update (Update #5)
- 6 August 29 Update (Update #6)
- 7 September 12 Update (Update #7)
- 8 October 24 Update (Update #8)
- 9 November 15 Update (Update #9)
- 10 November 28 Update (Update #10)
- 11 December 9 Update (Update #11)
- 12 January 3 Update (Update #12)
The DLC was announced. The bestiary, item pool editor, room editor, animation editor, and Lua support were shown.
The DLC will be coming out this year! Like Afterbirth, it needs to be purchased, and requires both Rebirth and Afterbirth. The expansion will be available for Windows, OSX, and Linux (and possibly Xbox One & Playstation 4). However, the mod support will only be available for Windows.
The DLC will feature over 55 new items (including trinkets), a new final chapter, final boss, and a new ending, a new playable character, a Hard Mode extension to Greed Mode, daily challenges for Greed Mode, 5 new challenges, "loads" of new achievements, new bosses, and several other minor changes.
The new character has been revealed to be Apollyon. He starts with 2 hearts, slightly lower stats than Isaac, and his starting item is Void, a usable item with a recharge time of 4.
The effect of VoidConsumes all pedestal items in the room. Active items will have their effects added to Void, and passive items will grant stat upgrades. was revealed. An additional item, SmelterConsumes Isaac's currently held trinket and applies its effect permanently., was revealed.
Four new items ( Finger!Spawns a finger familiar that points at enemies, dealing constant damage., Lil MonstroSpawns a familiar that fires clusters of tears. Must be charged before shooting., DepressionSpawns a cloud familiar that leaves a trail of tears that damages enemies. Has a chance to spawn damaging beams of light onto enemies that touch the cloud., and EucharistAn Angel Room door will always spawn after every boss fight, excluding the first floor and floors after Utero II/Womb II.) were revealed.
Three new items ( Little HornAdds a chance to fire a piercing tear that instantly kills any enemy that it touches., Poke GoUpon entering a room with enemies in it, has a chance to spawn a random charmed enemy that persists across rooms., and Brown NuggetSpawns a stationary fly familiar that fires tears at nearby enemies.) were revealed. Additionally, two bosses introduced in Afterbirth will be receiving evolved versions.
A new idea that will be implemented into Afterbirth† was announced: Every month, the best fan-made mod (card, enemy, boss, etc.) will be handpicked by Edmund McMillen and fully implemented in the game as a mini-update. Furthermore, a new enemy was unveiled: Stoney, an alternate to the Fatty that slowly walks toward Isaac, is invincible, and dies when there are no more enemies in the room.
The release date, price, and features of the expansion were revealed.
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