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Furi DLC “One More Fight” unleashes today on PS4 and Steam

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Furi DLC “One More Fight” unleashes today on PS4 and Steam

The Game Bakers’ all-boss combat-action game Furi is getting its first and only DLC today on PlayStation 4 and Steam.

One More Fight will have players stand up one last time for their freedom in an intense fight against The Flame, a revengeful opponent that will challenge their skills and test their wit to the extremes.

The pack features a new fight against a boss designed by Takashi Okazaki, in a new arena, with music by Scattle. The DLC content is playable in Furi and Furier difficulty modes. The Game Bakers have been teasing about some extra content without revealing more.

About the game:

Deemed ‘supremely stylish,’ ‘genre-bending,’ and ‘intensely engaging,’ and praised for its unique mix of sword fighting and dual-stick shooting, Furi is a challenging game comprised entirely of wildly varying boss battles over a mysterious quest for freedom. With a vibrant art style and unique character design by Takashi Okazaki, Afro Samurai’s creator, and pulsing with an original soundtrack from popular acts Carpenter Brut, Danger, Scattle, Waveshaper and more, Furi has garnered 95% positive reviews on Steam.

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One More Fight will have players stand up one last time for their freedom in an intense fight against The Flame, a revengeful opponent that will challenge their skills and test their wit to the extremes.

The pack features a new fight against a boss designed by Takashi Okazaki, in a new arena, with music by Scattle. The DLC content is playable in Furi and Furier difficulty modes. The Game Bakers have been teasing about some extra content without revealing more.

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