Finally a DLC to justify the rise of tidbit content over fully-fledged expansions. The Typing of the Dead: Overkill can have its dictionary of phrases swapped out in favour of a tome of Shakespeare’s famous words.
It’s a little bit excellent and it’s only £2.
Once you install the DLC you’re treated to well-known phrases taken from his collected works. There’s little more to the DLC so you should likely go and buy it before you brain judges it a wise purchase or not.
English students everywhere are rejoicing as this new DLC can be treated as a revision guide in lieu of actual reading.
I hope this is the first of planned DLCs. I’d like to see onomatopaeic phrases. Like the sound of a chainsaw being thrown into a deer that falls into a lake: “gru-gri-griiiier-greer-chunk-splat-phweor-splash” and other such well known noises.
Or well-known silences. Such as when you’re sitting in a public toilet trying to empty yourself and you hear someone enter the stall next to you “ “ or the awkward silence that followed your friend spoiling Game of Thrones “ “.
If you’ve not already played the base game, our Tim highly recommends you buy it.