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Dead Cells' First Paid DLC Launches With a Fully-Animated Trailer

Developer Motion Twin has released a fully-animated, cinematic trailer to accompany the launch of Dead Cells' first paid DLC, The Bad Seed. The DLC brings an alternative to the game's critical path: filled with new foes, weapons a new mushroom companion and more for players to discover. Check out the surprisingly charming trailer above.

Two new biomes arrive onto the scene for owners of The Bad Seed: 'The Arboretum', a deceptively beautiful natural idyll, hiding dangers in the most unexpected of places; and 'The Swamp', a less-than beautiful overgrown settlement infested with giant purple ticks and populated by not-so friendly blowgun wielders. Both new biomes bring their own unique bestiaries; besting the challenges faced within will grant players access to all-new weaponry, including Dead Cells' first double-slotted weapon.

Alongside the release of this DLC, Motion Twin and publisher Evil Empire have announced a new physical version of the game for collectors: Dead Cells – Prisoner’s Edition. Available for both PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch versions, the package contains the following:

  • 22cm-tall figurine of The Prisoner, Dead Cells' protagonist.
  • Three unique pin badges.
  • Four metallic stickers.
  • A 7-inch, two-track, orange vinyl record.
  • Exclusive art card.
  • Numbered collectors' certificate.
  • Dead Cells and The Bad Seed  (DLC included in code).
  • Tin case.
  • Art book.
  • Keyring.

The Bad Seed DLC is out now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC and Nintendo Switch; it costs £3.99/£4.49 depending on the platform.

Dead Cells – Prisoner’s Edition will release on 23rd June 2020 for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch; expect to pay £89.99/$109.99 for the collection when it releases.

Jamie Davies

Jamie Davies

Staff Writer

Raised on a steady diet of violent shooters and sugary cereal. He regrets no part of this

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