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Your Death will Be Televised: Teleglitch Gets Big Picture and Controller Support

Download More Content for Die More Edition with New Patch and DLC

NEW YORK — October 8, 2013 — Paradox Interactive, a publisher of games and a horrified survivor, today announced the addition of full controller support to Teleglitch: Die More Edition, making the game ideal for play in Steam’s Big Picture mode. Teleglitch, a survival-horror roguelike action game from developer T3P, has implemented the community’s most-requested feature: the ability to explore, scavenge, run, and die horribly from the comfort of the couch while using a controller. This support is included in a new content patch for Teleglitch that also adds 15 new achievements and improved Steam Cloud support, along with minor game fixes.

A new DLC pack has also been released for Teleglitch: Die More Edition, entitled “Guns and Tunes,” which grants players access to eight different starter weapons and utilities for a more varied (but inevitably fatal) game experience. A soundtrack of original music by the Teleglitch developers is also included, providing gamers with extra terror in five haunting tracks that evoke the tension and persistent danger of the game. Players who pre-ordered Teleglitch: Die More Edition already own this content.

To watch more editions of Teleglitch: Die More Edition, a livestream featuring the new content will occur on tonight at 8 p.m. CET / 11 a.m. PDT. Head on over to the official Paradox channel on TwitchTV to see our employees die more (in-game):  www.twitch.tv/paradoxinteractive.

Teleglitch: Die More Edition is now 75% off at selected retailers to celebrate the new features. To learn more about Teleglitch: Die More Edition, visit teleglitch.com.

Read more:

Facebook:  facebook.com/Teleglitch

Web page:  diemore.teleglitch.com

Twitter:  twitter.com/teleglitch

Forum:  forum.paradoxplaza.com

Genre:

 Action, Rougelike, Indie 

Release Date:

24/07/2013

 

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