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Atlas Fallen DLC Leaked Prior to Its Release

The upcoming action RPG from Deck13 and Focus Entertainment is still a few weeks from launch. However, before any official announcement, a new leak has already revealed an Atlas Fallen DLC. Deck13 is a German company that is supported by the Ministry of Economy, and they have been the reason behind the leak.

German Ministry of Economy Leaks Atlas Fallen DLC

According to the leak, a DLC for the Atlas Fallen titled Atlas Fallen: The Wielder of Gods is set to be completed by 2024. According to the page (Translated):

Deck13 Interactive GmbH, based in Frankfurt, will receive almost €1.09 million for Atlas Fallen: The Wielder of Gods. Completion date: February 2024. Very obviously this is an expansion for the action-adventure Atlas Fallen, which was postponed to August 10th

It also reveals that a budget of €1.09 Million has been allotted to Deck13 for the DLC. However, it doesn’t tell anything else about the DLC. That is very obvious because even the base game isn’t out yet. And according to our guess, the announcement wasn’t coming any time soon either.

Atlas Fallen Screenshot

Developed by Deck13 a subsidiary of Focus Entertainment since 2020, Atlas Fallen is set to release in August. Early gameplay footage for the game seems promising. The visuals and mechanics combine to form an experience that we are looking forward to a lot. It will release on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC on August 10, 2023.

What are your thoughts on the Ministry of Economy leaking the Atlas Fallen DLC? Let us know in the comments down below.

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