Keep Naruto’s Sasuke Alive With This Don’t Starve Mod

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We know full well that Sasuke Uchiha has what it takes to survive within the of Naruto and Naruto Shippuden timeline. Will he be as successful in other stories, though? With a Don’t Starve mod from 杨小阳, players are able to see if the ninja can survive the unknown.


Compatible with both Don’t Starve and Don’t Starve: Reign of Giants, this character mod brings Sasuke into the game as an unofficial member of Wilson’s crew. Like the other official characters, Sasuke has his own unique abilities and items. He comes with a Sword of Kusanagi, which the character acquired in Naruto Shippuden, which deals 50 damage with each strike.


Sasuke also can tap into the power of the Sharingan, but at a price. He will be three times stronger, move 1.5 times faster, and have night vision when it is equipped. However, having it active will reduce his health by half, bringing it from 200 to 100, and causes his hunger and sanity levels to decrease more rapidly. When deactivated, his max health and hunger and sanity rates will return to normal.


To add the 1.297MB Don’t Starve mod to your game, simply go to its Steam Workshop page. Click the link, Sasuke will be installed, and you can use the ninja as your avatar the next time you play.


Don’t Starve is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux for $14.99. With the Reign of Giants expansion, it’s $18.99.

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