When does the DLC "The Foundation" for the mystery action game Control appear? There is now an answer to that. As the developer studio Remedy Entertainment announced, it should be ready on March 26, 2020. There is a short teaser trailer to go with it.
It has been known for some time that the DLC "The Foundation" for the mystery action game Control will appear in the course of the first quarter of 2020. However, there was no specific release date – until now. Because the responsible developer studio Remedy Entertainment recently spoke up and revealed this little secret.
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As can be seen from a current tweet, the release of "The Foundation" is planned for March 26th. However, too much is still not known about the content or story of the download extension. The only thing that is certain is that you will once again slip into the role of Jesse Faden, who will find out more about the "oldest house".
In the short teaser video of the tweet, you can also hear something about Helen Marshall. It is the head of the Federal Bureau of Control and has appeared sporadically during the main game campaign. It also appears to play an important role in the DLC.
Incidentally, "The Foundation" is the first of a total of two major download extensions for Control (buy now for € 71.83) should appear. The second DLC is called "AWE" and current plans are due to appear around the middle of this year. According to initial indications, an appearance or a crossover with Alan Wake could occur. In Control itself there are also documents dealing with the "Bright Falls" event of the game Alan Wake. So far, however, this has not been officially confirmed.
The release date of the DLC "The Foundation" for Control has been fixed. (2) (Source: 505Games)
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