The cult action-stealth title Party Hard is to receive an extensive free update this week, its publisher has announced.
In a press release, tinyBuild Games confirmed that the Steam version of the game will receive the Party Harder update this Thursday (November 10), which will see the introduction of new levels and local co-operative multiplayer.
The free update will also include a remastered soundtrack and greater streaming integration; Twitch viewers will be able to control NPCs via the streaming service’s chat.
tinyBuild also announced plans to release a paid DLC, which adds a “continuation of the Party Hard Killer’s story”, ten years later. It will feature a mini campaign, and “additional, large levels”.
Meanwhile, the studio also announced that the mobile port of the title, Party Hard Go, will release for iOS and Android devices on Thursday.
Party Hard was originally launched in August 2015, and currently holds a consensus review rating of ‘very positive’ on the Steam marketplace.