Ryse: Legendary Edition now available to download

Ryse: Legendary Edition now available to download

Published On October 7, 2014 | By David Wriglesworth | News

Ryse: Legendary Edition is now available to download.

The special edition of Ryse: Son of Rome, which is priced at £44.99, contains the full contents of the game’s Season Pass, along with four game add-ons. They are as follows:

Morituri Packincludes five all new maps, five maps optimized for Solo Mode, and a new Gladiator skin, “Oswald.” Infiltrate an enemy camp to subvert the barbarian invasion on “Beacon,” and fight fire with fire in ancient Egypt on “False Gods.” “Revolution,” challenges you bring light to a dying empire and restore the glory of Rome. Two new Survivor maps, “Sulfur River,” and “Forbidden Forest,” challenge you to kill to survive. Finally, Solo mode is also available for the “Market,” “Garden,” “Beacon,” “Revolution,” and “False Gods” maps.

Duel of Fates Packincludes three all new maps, three maps now optimized for Solo Mode, and a new Gladiator skin, “Oswald.” The “Invictus” map was inspired by the first servile war of 135BC, while “Barbarous” forces you to defend the gates of Rome. In the new Survivor map, “Island,” you’ll find yourself outnumbered and surrounded by water. Finally, test your mettle in Solo mode on the “Barbarous,” “Invictus,” and “Obelisk” maps.

The Mars’ Chosen Packincludes a new multiplayer mode, five new multiplayer maps, and two new Gladiator Skins. Fend off your impending death in three new Survival Mode maps: Courtyard, Firestorm, and Dockyard. In addition, new Arena Mode maps Pyramid and Obelisk take you into the heart of Egypt. Finally, enter the Colosseum as two new contenders: Oswald and Legionnaire.

The Colosseum Packcontains two new maps and two new skins for Gladiator Mode. In Henge, defend an ancient forest shrine from a horde of invaders. In Ascension, fight from the burning embers of Hades’ lair up to the lavish surface world. Plus, customize your Gladiator Mode character with Commodus and Centurion skins.

In the Console Monster review, Ryse: Son of Rome scored 85%, being described as a game that’s “definitely worth checking out”.

About The Author

David Wriglesworth is a Northern lad with a passion for gaming, who graduated from the University of Lincoln with a BA (Hons) Journalism degree. If you can drag him away from the consoles, you can probably find him Tweeting or watching Coronation Street.