Endless Mode has been locked out as a feature that’s coming soon in Hand of Fate 2 since its launch, but now it’s finally arrived as a free addition. Some of us will have to wait a little longer though.

Defiant Development really delivered with their action-RPG sequel Hand of Fate 2, which blended roguelike dungeon crawling and tabletop gameplay for an enjoyable experience all round. Well now gamers can explore never-ending escapades thanks to the priceless addition of an Endless Mode for PC owners. Those playing on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 must wait until May to be dealt this free mode, unfortunately.

What Endless Mode provides is the opportunity to challenge other players for the top spot on the leaderboards by tackling progressively difficult, but infinitely replayable, quests. For each stage that’s overcome, extra tougher enemies are shuffled into the deck alongside random pain or curse cards. In support of this mode, new additions include a plethora of new adventures, collectible token shards, enemies and narrative branches to the core encounters, ensuring that no two dungeon runs are exactly alike.

And that’s not all, as Defiant Development has a few more aces up its sleeve for the remainder of the year, with new companions, challenges and more in their upcoming DLC plans.

“Hand of Fate 2 was praised for adding a plethora of new features and improving upon every aspect of the original title that was enjoyed by more than two million gamers,” says Morgan Jaffit, director, Defiant Development. “Today’s addition of endless mode provides even more content to our passionate community and we eagerly anticipate giving them even more in the coming months.”

As Xbox One gamers, we’ll need to wait until next month to get our hands on Endless Mode, so in the meantime why don’t you have a read of our Hand of Fate 2 review. Feel free to leave us a message in the comments or on social media with your thoughts on this new mode too!

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