Last month, 2K released XCOM: Enemy Within, an expansion to the strategy wargaming simulator XCOM: Enemy Unknown, as a standalone title. Now, Harebrained Schemes has similarly released Shadowrun: Dragonfall, an expansion to the cyberpunk role-playing game Shadowrun Returns.
The new standalone game, officially called Shadowrun: Dragonfall – Director’s Cut, features new content and enhancements to the original campaign. These include five new missions, alternate endings, a redesigned interface, a revamped combat system, team customization options, new music, and more.
Challenging players to lead teams of “shadowrunners,” Shadowrun: Dragonfall – Director’s Cut is a single-player turn-based tactical RPG set in the “tech meets magic” dystopian future of the Shadowrun franchise, which began with the publication of the original Shadowrun tabletop RPG in 1989.
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Harebrained Schemes, by the way, is an independent video game company led by none other than Jordan Weisman, the creator of the Shadowrun tabletop RPG.
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