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Indivisible Switch New Game Plus and DLC Appear

Some loose ends are now officially tied up. 505 Games announced the Indivisible Switch new game plus free update and paid Razmi’s Challenges DLC arrived. People can update their game to go ahead and add new features for the base game or pay to add some new levels.

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Both of these updates are immediately available in the other versions of the game, so we know exactly what to expect from them. The Razmi’s Challenges DLC is a collection of platforming levels. (So if you preferred Indivisible’s story or battle system, this DLC isn’t for you.) There are 40 to complete for $7.99. That’s the same price as the add-on is on other platforms.

The free update adds two major features. One is the Indivisible Switch new game plus save option. Your abilities, allies, and equipment will all carry over. You’ll also have a different look for Ajna, to signify you’ve done all this before, and get to hear a new song by composer Hiroki Kikuta at the end. Also available is co-op multiplayer, which lets up to four people control the other three allies you have in battles.

Unfortunately, following the end of Lab Zero Games, all development on Indivisible ended. This meant the guest characters wouldn’t be added to the game. Also, the North American Switch physical release won’t be happening as planned.

Indivisible is available for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.


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