Question Games’ The Blackout Club (which Thomas and Jim have previewed) has just received a second content update, announced on its Steam page. The update includes a whack of goodies, including new areas and quests, as well as new gameplay options and bugfixes.
“This update marks the first of our new update schedule, which should come about every two weeks moving forward,” says the devs. “The focus on this update was getting some new content in the game while continuing to fix bugs and start to address feedback and balance issues.”
Among the new content is an addition to the cryptogram mission that includes an extra challenge for higher level players (and rewards more XP as a result), a new threat in the form of the Acoustic Mine, tweaks to gameplay, uncapped framerate, the ability to host Friends-only or public games, as well as the ability to kick players. As Jim and Thomas have both said, this could potentially be a great co-op game once issues are ironed out, so do check it out if you’re interested.
The Blackout Club was released on October 30th for Steam Early Access.