Posts Tagged ‘Don’t Starve: Hamlet’

Don’t Starve: Hamlet snuffling into December

You summer holiday to a tropical city populated by aristocratic ambulant ham, I’m sorry to say, must become a winter vacation. Don’t Starve developers Klei Entertainment this week announced that they have delayed the launch of its Hamlet expansion from June to December 2018, saying “we’re not quite where we want Hamlet to be yet.” Which is fair enough: better late than rubbo. In the meantime, you can see more of the possibilities and problems of posh pigpeople in Hamlet’s new E3 trailer. Read the rest of this entry »

Gettin’ piggy wit it! Don’t Starve: Hamlet announced

Klei Entertainment have announced Don’t Starve: Hamlet, a new expansion for their fiendish survival game. Don’t get any silly ideas about Danish princes or William Shakespeare (though an immortal bard would be a fiendish foe), as the expansion will focus on the simple and sensible idea of a town of aristocratic pigmen. A hamlet. It’s a pun. Wordplay, you know? Jokes. The singleplayer expansion will add a touch of civility to Don’t Starve [official site] with houses, shops, and the most ‘civilised’ of activities: plundering ancient ruins for treasures to claim as your own.

New creatures and items are coming free to the Shipwrecked expansion, Klei also announced, and the cooperative Don’t Starve Together is getting time-limited events.

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