Fresh DLC for tinyBuild’s & Lazy Bear Games’ spooky cult hit, now on Steam & GOG
Graveyard Keeper invites players back to the grave today with Better Save Soul, a fresh slice of DLC. Published by tinyBuild and developed by Lazy Bear Games, Better Save Soul is the third story DLC and out now on Steam & GOG, bringing a heap of new quests and problems to your familiar graveyard.
Featuring 6-12 hours of new story-driven misadventure for Graveyard Keeper, Better Save Soul introduces players to Euric, a new (if slightly sketchy) friend with an assortment of gravely important missions to complete, this time centered around the sinful souls of the deceased and how you might improve them before putting them six feet under.
With Euric’s help, the Keeper can one-up the clergy and absolve the sins of the town’s deceased, and maybe help Euric himself. It’s not all hard work as an impromptu cleric, though; freshly polished souls make for a happier, more profitable graveyard, after all. Plus, there’s a whole new set of home customization options; self-care is a key part of protecting your own soul.
Dig deep enough to save Euric and players will be rewarded with powerful new technology, granting global control over all your Zombie Workstations. Essential for when you want to take it easy during those hot summer months. You’ll need the extra (rotting) manpower in managing the new plot of land you’ll be expanding into. Death waits for no man, after all.
Better Save Soul is out now on Steam & GOG for PC, priced at $9.99/€7.99/£6.99. Keep up with other tinyBuild releases (spooky or otherwise) on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.
About Lazy Bear Games:
Lazy Bear Games is a small indie game studio based in Saint-Petersburg, Russia, known by their smash hits Punch Club, Graveyard Keeper and Swag and Sorcery
tinyBuild is a Seattle-based indie label that has launched over 40 titles since being founded in 2013, including Hello Neighbor franchise, Graveyard Keeper, Speedrunners and Party Hard. tinyBuild currently has 23 more projects in development, and seven wholly-owned development studios. In March 2021, tinyBuild went public on the London Stock Exchange’s AIM market, with a valuation of $474 million.