Free Update for Children of Morta Adds New Game Plus Mode

Free Update for Children of Morta Adds New Game Plus Mode

Reconnect with the Bergson family and enjoy new content as part of the free Setting Sun Inn update.

Looking to spend time with a family other than your own? Now is the perfect time to reunite with the Bergson family, thanks to the latest free content update for Children of Morta.

This week, developer Dead Mage and publisher 11 bit studios released the second free content update for Children of Morta. The Setting Sun Inn update adds new quests and activities to the game. Players looking to repeat their journey with the Bergsons can also partake in New Game+ mode. This mode allows players to replay the game while retaining previously unlocked characters, resources, and upgrades. New Game+ features increased difficulty and character skill point caps. New upgrades are also available from Margaret’s lab and Ben’s workshop.

The Setting Sun Inn update also incorporates new cutscenes, home activities, family events, and traits to the game. Various bug fixes and balance adjustments have been made as well. Below you’ll find a detailed list of what the Setting Sun Inn update brings to Children of Morta.

  • New Game Plus mode
  • 20 new cutscenes
  • 8 new Home Interactive Events to liven up the Bergson family home
  • 26 new Home Idle Activities to keep the Bergsons occupied
  • 14 new Family Events and Quests in the Dungeons
  • 3 new Side Quest Traits
  • Balance changes and bug fixes

Children of Morta Dev Roadmap

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According to the Children of Morta development roadmap, Dead Mage still has plenty of updates lined up for the months ahead. This includes free DLC updates as well as larger paid expansions. The next free update is the Bergson’s House update, which will feature a new playable character.

The free Children of Morta update is available now on all platforms. This includes PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. If you’re curious what we thought about this engaging roguelike, check out our Children of Morta review.