Remnant 2: The Forgotten Kingdom DLC will launch on April 23

Remnant 2’s upcoming DLC, The Forgotten Kingdom, will launch on April 23. The DLC will cost $9.99 or be available as part of the $24.99 bundle. In The Forgotten Kingdom, players will be brought back to Yaesha to investigate and find out details about a lost tribe. Check out the announcement trailer for a glimpse of the DLC, below.

The Forgotten Kingdom will add a new area in Yaesha with unique dungeons, enemies, and bosses based on the storyline of the stone spirit Lydusa. A new Archetype called Invoker is coming in the upcoming DLC too. It draws power from Yaesha’s Nature Spirits, providing new options.

A new trailer coming throughout the next week should provide more details about its abilities. The DLC will also add new weapons, mods, amulets, and rings, as well as new battles and bosses.

As per the video trailer description:

Lydusa, an ancient spirit of stone who has long been imprisoned, will do anything to secure her freedom and exact revenge against the mortals who betrayed her. The traces of torment, treachery, and death now haunt the land’s once proud ziggurats, as Lydusa’s living stones wander the crumbling remnants of a forgotten civilization in search of fresh blood.


  • New storyline, dungeons and area based in the world of Yaesha
  • New Archetype – The Invoker
  • Many items and powerful weapons that enhance gameplay
  • New bosses, characters and fearsome creatures to encounter
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