Following last week’s teaser, DeVolver Digital has now officially unveiled Ceres Sam: Siberian Mayhem, a standalone extension of Ceres Sam 4, created by indie developer Time Lock Studios, which was previously a popular series. There was a Sam Modding team working on this project. Guide to the original Ceres Sam Studio Crotom.
The Siberian catastrophe has set five new “massive” levels in rugged Russian north, including the Arctic coast, desolate forests, deserted villages, and even a ghost town. New enemies and bosses will join the original group, spread out in fun and exciting ways with new weapons and vehicles including Snow Mobiles and the new Max.
It’s still a very old Ceres Sam, though, who says that a huge crowd of ridiculous enemies is charging the player from all sides when the bullets fly and everything explodes. This is not a bad thing at all; really, this is the essence of Ceres Sam’s experience, and I’m totally ready for it; but as I said when the new game was first launched, I hope Along with all the new things in the disaster, the designers have also tightened the surface design. Large surfaces are great, but wandering aimlessly through open, empty spaces for minutes at a time (not my biggest complaint about the Sirius Sam 4).
Ceres Sam: Siberian Mayhem is now available on Steam’s wish list, and will be available at a “big” discount for Ceres Sam 4 owners.