Celeste's 'Chapter 9' DLC will be available on September 9

Celeste PS4 DLC

Celeste's developer just announced that the game's (free) final chapter, Farewell, is on the way early next week, with over 100 new levels to get stuck into.

The announcement detailed a number of other additions coming to Celeste, as well as news about the newly-formed Extremely OK Games studio and a brief mention of the studio's next project, code-named "EXOK1". They also wrote that forming the new company means that they could restructure ownership, giving all team members an equal share. The new chapter contains over a hundred new levels/screens, over 40 minutes of new music from composer Lena Raine, new mechanics, and a fond farewell to the characters and story that Celeste has to offer. The team's website now lists only TowerFall and Celeste as their projects but does also have a third spot marked as "Mystery Game" meaning they got something new in the works. Be warned though, that it's going to be tough: you'll need to have already completed Chapter 8 of the existing game, too.


The long-awaited expansion to Celeste, titled Farewell, finally has a release date on PlayStation 4.

Extremely OK Games also confirmed that with Chapter 9 finished and ready for release, the Limited Run Games physical edition of Celeste will soon enter production. To note, the Xbox One version "might" come at a later date due to development challenges. Favorite games include Ace Combat 5, Perfect Dark, Final Fantasy IX, Metro 2033, and MonsterBag.

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