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Trover Saves The Universe Receives Free DLC, Available Now

Trover Saves The Universe by Justin Roiland, the co-creator of Rick and Morty, received an update with DLC called Trover’s Important Cosmic Jobs.

According to the Steam description, this new content “takes you into the boss’s offices where you’ll find other intergalactic employees who all need help keeping their jobs and staying alive (oof, unemployment is tough but murder?! What kind of place are they running?!)“.

The game released back in May, and we rather enjoyed it. David said that it does have some repetitive gameplay elements, but if you’re a fan of Roilland’s vulgar comedic style then you’ll probably enjoy it anyway. Ultimately, despite the flaws, it was one of the funniest games David has ever played. The trailer announcing the DLC release is amusing in and off itself, and maintains the meta, fourth-wall-breaking style of jokes that Roiland and the base game are known for.

In even more good news, the DLC is entirely free and available to download now for PC VR and PSVR. We actually got to interview Roiland back at E3 shortly after the game’s release. The whole thing was very impromptu and we were standing right beside a garbage elevator, but it’s definitely worth checking out if you’re a fan of him or his work.

Will you be checking out the new Trover DLC? Were you a fan of the base game? Let us know in the comments.

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