DLC is a sacred term for gamers. While some may use it to describe expansions for games, others use it to describe micro-transactions for smaller, independent games. Indeed, some of the greatest games ever made (such as Diablo) released with a DLC that later became a full-fledged game. Anyway, what are DLCs, and what are the differences between micro-transactions, expansions, and updates?

As I write this, GreedFall is on sale for $2.00 on Steam, which is a great price for a game this interesting. GreedFall is a game about conspiracy and the dangers of greed, set in a Lovecraftian world where a man can finally steal the secrets of the universe, but at a price. The narrative touches upon themes of racism, conspiracy, and the dangers of greed, and it is all presented in a unique, atmospheric, and compelling manner.

GreedFall is a DLC pack for the well-received massively multiplayer RPG, GreedFall. As a game set in a fantasy world, GreedFall is built on a solid foundation. It’s not the most visually appealing game, but it does a lot right.

GreedFall from Spiders and Focus Home Interactive took many of us by surprise when it first released in 2019. This ambitious AA title shocked gamers like myself by delivering a rich world, diverse characters, a story with many unforseen twists, and numerous narrative decisions that carried real weight. In short, it turned out to be the best Bioware game in a long time, only not made by Bioware. Now we are being gifted with a new expansion for this unexpected gem, called the The De Vespe Conspiracy. Is it worth exploring the mystical island of Teer Fradee once more? If you enjoyed GreedFall the first time around, then picking up The De Vespe Conspiracy should be a no-brainer.

DLC Review – GreedFall: The De Vespe Conspiracy

Her kind exterior conceals a steely ambition.

Around halfway through the game, the De Vespe Conspiracy becomes available. If you’re new to GreedFall, its addition will seem natural, and it will shed some light on the Congregation of Merchants. You can still play The De Vespe Conspiracy if you load your last save and pick up the letter that starts everything off from one of your camps if you’ve previously completed the game. If you play this expansion after beating the original game, the narrative will seem less flowing, and there’s a good possibility you’ll be over-leveled for the duration. Nonetheless, it is well worth your time to play. It adds to the mythology and gives us additional insight into a few of the characters.

DLC Review – GreedFall: The De Vespe Conspiracy

The Congregation of Merchants reveals a great deal.

The De Vespe Conspiracy has a lot of positive aspects, but it also has significant flaws. It does, however, provide a whole new region to explore as well as some new adversaries. Human adversaries, on the other hand, aren’t all that different from the rest of the game. These leather-clad rogues, known as Spadassins, are much the same as any other assassin-type opponent you’ll come across elsewhere, although somewhat more generous with their poisons. However, there are some formidable new creatures known as Egsregatt that can only be found in this new region. These enormous felines are strong, quick, and nimble. I like their looks, however I wish this DLC included at least a couple more new monsters to battle.

The De Vespe Conspiracy’s greatest attraction is arguably its villain: Aurelia de Vespe. Her vicious swagger sets her apart from the rest of the villains in GreedFall. She’s as gorgeous as she is clever and deadly. Teer Fradee’s snake pit of high society has a new addition.

DLC Review – GreedFall: The De Vespe Conspiracy

Aurelia has a knack for throwing shade.

It should be mentioned that I played the Xbox Series X-optimized version of the game. I had previously played GreedFall on my Xbox One X, and I was able to transfer my game saves to my new console. This is a free update for anybody who purchased the basic game on a previous generation system. If you’re fresh to the game, you can get the GreedFall: Gold Edition, which includes all of the new quality-of-life improvements as well as The De Vespe Conspiracy. This version has a 4K UHD quality, a consistent 60 frames per second, and much quicker loading times. The controls are still a little clumsy at times, but if you didn’t mind that in the basic game, it won’t bother you much here. I didn’t come across anything that detracted significantly from my pleasure of the game.

DLC Review – GreedFall: The De Vespe Conspiracy

The feline Egsregatt are masters of ambushing unwary tourists.

The De Vespe Conspiracy was an addition I didn’t realize I needed until I got it. It’s a fantastic addition to a game that I already loved. Any reason to return to Teer Fradee is a pleasant trip, even if it is quite short, lasting just three to four hours. Nonetheless, it provided further insight into a couple individuals I thought I knew well. The new area is stunning, the narrative is equally as captivating as the other installments, and the villain is a savage pleasure. I recommend GreedFall: The De Vespe Conspiracy to both inquisitive beginners and seasoned veterans.


On PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series S|X, GreedFall: The De Vespe Conspiracy is now available.

On the Xbox Series X, the game was reviewed.

The publisher supplied a copy of GreedFall: The De Vespe Conspiracy.

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