This time around, Ivan finds himself in the mythical city of Perun, a city once known for its stunning vistas. However, these have now been ruined by pollution. But we’re not talking from cars, fossils and the like. No, this pollution stems from a twenty-foot tall clone of our hero, Ivan.
Given that a giant version of his likeness threatens this once beautiful city, it’ll be up to Ivan to story everything out. To do so, he’ll need to make use of the gusty winds that are prominent in Perun to reach his only hope of defeating his oversized close, a flying mechanical fish capable of shooting onions.
In addition to adding a feature-length episode for players to enjoy, the latest update all adds a bunch of new content for The Lost Recordings collectable mode too. This initially arrived in October and lets players discover concept art, new music and over 100 lines of dialogue.
Discussing the latest episode Dan Pinchbeck, Creative Director at The Chinese Room said: “Ivan’s return journey from the centre of the earth was alluded to at the end of the original release last year, but it really needs to be seen to be believed. We wanted to give this final chapter time and attention it deserved, and we’re excited it’s finally out there for players to enjoy.”
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