Shadowrun: Dragonfall Director's Cut arrives on consoles

Jerry on 2022-06-21
Paradox Interactive and developer Harebrained Schemes have published Shadowrun: Dragonfall Director's Cut for Nintendo Switch, PS4 and PlayStation 5, along with Xbox One and Series X|S.

First published through Steam in September of 2014 for Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems, Dragonfall originally served as downloadable content for Shadowrun Returns. Arriving alongside the Shadowrun Trilogy compilation, the turn-based tactical RPG reimagines the futuristic cyberpunk setting of the tabletop role-playing game, depicting gang operations and corporate conspiracies fueled by advanced technology and magic-based warfare.

Music from Dragonfall is streaming on composer Jon Everist's SoundCloud channel. The Director's Cut on GOG comes with music tracks in MP3 and FLAC format.

From the product page:
In 2012, magic returned to our world, awakening powerful creatures of myth and legend. Among them was the Great Dragon Feuerschwinge, who emerged without warning from the mountains of Germany, unleashing fire, death, and untold destruction across the countryside. It took German forces nearly four months to finally shoot her down - and when they did, their victory became known as The Dragonfall.

It’s 42 years later - 2054 - and the world has changed. Unchecked advances in technology have blurred the line between man and machine. Elves and trolls walk among us, ruthless corporations bleed the world dry, and Feuerschwinge’s reign of terror is just a distant memory. Germany is splintered - a stable anarchy known as the “Flux State” controls the city of Berlin. It’s a place where power is ephemeral, almost anything goes, and the right connections can be the difference between success and starvation.
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