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The Quarry Update Adds Online Multiplayer And More

Players can now play The Quarry online.


2K and Supermassive Games have announced a new update for The Quarry. The new update adds a new online multiplayer player mode called Wolf Pack, outfits, and more.

Wolf Pack is an invite-only mode that'll host up to seven players and allow them to participate in-game. The host of the lobby and all participants are able to vote on crucial decisions, with the majority vote determining the outcome. Wolf Pack aims to offer a "whole new take" on the choices you and your friends will be forced to make throughout the game.

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Also as part of the update, players can now listen to all six episodes of the Bizarre Yet Bonafide podcast in-game. Before the update, the only way to listen to the podcast was through streaming services. The six-part podcast tells a story for Grace and Anton, two paranormal investigators, as they look into the events surrounding The Quarry.

In addition, players can dress up their favorite camp counselors with 80s-inspired cosmetic character outfits in-game. This downloadable content can also be purchased separately for $15.

Be sure to check out our review on The Quarry, where Richard Wakeling states, "The basic system of choice and consequence is still highly effective at building suspense and lending a massive amount of weight to each decision you make." The Quarry is available now on Playstation 4, Playstation 5, PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.

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