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New “A Walk in the Park” Expansion Announced for ARPG The Surge

Focus Home Interactive and developer CI Games have announced the first expansion for their action RPG The Surge.

The first “major expansion” for the game will launch sometime in early December, alongside the game’s Complete Edition.

The new version of the game will include the base game and all its post-launch downloadable content, including the new expansion.

Here’s a rundown on the expansion, via Focus Home Interactive:


The Surge has already dragged players deep into the high-tech CREO industrial complex, overrun by deadly machines, rogue AI and deranged exoskeleton workers. Now, its first major expansion A Walk in the Park gives players a breath of fresh air by taking them to an environment that’s more open and colorful, though no less deadly. CREO World is an amusement park built by CREO for its employees and their families. Forget your cravings for cotton candy though – CREO World was not spared from the disaster. The entire park is a deadly trap, where roaming rescue teams have gone insane and robotic mascots patrol freely, patiently waiting for new visitors to offer a deadly welcome.

CREO World presents a wealth of fresh challenges for players. Originally built to celebrate CREO and its mission, the park is a radically different setting from the rest of the complex, full of branching paths and secrets to discover. Survive the raging mascots and explore the park’s attractions, before taking on a fearsome boss in the devastated park. Through technical and spectacular fights, you will face this new threat, cutting and equipping 16 all-new weapons, sets of armour, and implants to upgrade and further customise the way you want to play.

The A Walk in the Park expansion enriches and extends the experience of the original game, offering a challenge for even the most hardcore players in a striking environment.


The Surge is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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1 comment
  1. Izzy Lichi
    Izzy Lichi
    November 2, 2017 at 8:58 am

    while i liked this game to a certain extent, it didnt have multiplayer or character builds. yes some will argue with me on the latter, but since there is no commitment to what you are asigning with your chips and gear, u only really need to do one playthrough to experience all of what you can do, unlike the souls/bloodborne games.