Darkest Dungeon: Color of Madness DLC is Out Now for PC

Darkest Dungeon: Color of Madness DLC is Out Now for PC

A brand new balance patch also enters the game.

The Color of Madness, the latest DLC pack for Darkest Dungeon, is out now for the extremely stressful game. In the DLC, you'll be going to a cursed farm to battle waves upon waves of deranged monsters.

In the Color of Madness, you're tasked with finding the crash site of a comet. To reach it however, you'll have to slay all the citizens of a farm, as well as holding off waves of enemies. You can see the launch trailer for the latest Darkest Dungeon DLC pack just below.

The official press release for the DLC reads: "Survive as long as you can while getting lost in time and space, confronted by unending waves of enemies new and old, pushing ever closer to the crash site of the Comet". The Color of Madness DLC is out now, retailing for $4.99/£4.99, but this is only for PC players, with no word yet on when the DLC will arrive for console players.

There's also a fairly significant new balance patch out for Darkest Dungeon, alongside the new DLC pack. The main feature about the balance patch is the addition of the Musketeer class. This class is actually a mirror of the Arbelast class, which was originally a Kickstarter exclusive reward back when Darkest Dungeon was just kicking off development.

Labelled as the 'Musketeer Pack' on Steam, you can go here to download the brand new balance patch for Darkest Dungeon, which is free for all players.

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