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Wall World Deep Threat DLC Announced

Alawar Premium has announced the upcoming Deep Threat DLC for their mining roguelite tower defense game Wall World. New areas beyond the Great Rift expand the game’s lore and universe.

A teaser for the Wall World: Deep Threat DLC is available for viewing below that implies there are consequences for journeying beyond the Great Rift.

In the DLC players will uncover hidden biomes, unlock new tech, and unveil secrets of the past. There are a total of nine new biomes with relics and blueprints buried within.

Digging deep into the new biomes will also bring out new types of enemies and bosses. These threats are even angrier than previously seen enemies. In addition, a third party is now guarding the secrets of the Wall.

Piece together the events of the distance past by studying various findings. With enough learned information one may uncover the buried secret deep in the bowels of the Wall.

Wall World Availability

The Wall World: Deep Threat DLC has a planned release set for Q3 2023. This DLC will require the base game Wall World in order to play. When the DLC is released, it will be available on Steam, Epic Games Store, and GOG for $2.99.

Wall World is available on Windows PC via Humble Bundle, Steam, GOG, and Epic Games Store for $4.99. Various bundles featuring other titles or products from Alawar Premium that include Wall World are available on Steam with varying discounts.

For more information visit

Wall World: Deep Threat DLC – Teaser | Alawar Premium

Developer Information

Alawar Premium (@alawarteam Twitter, @alawarteam Facebook, YouTube) is an international publisher, developer, and distributor of video games for the PC, mobile, console, and other device markets. Since 1999, Alawar Premium has released hundreds of games from over 250 teams. The company currently offers developers its expertise in financing, analytics, localization, testing, marketing, and PR.

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