Control was released on August 27 and barely a couple of weeks after that Remedy has advanced what will be coming to its latest adventure in the following months. The creators of Quantum Break, Alan Wake and the Max Payne series will be expanding the content of Control with a free DLC and two expansions.

Control – Roadmap

First of all, Control will be getting Expeditions in December. Those that have finished dealing with the problem in the Old House will be able to experience a new and more challenging gameplay mode that will allow Jesse Faden to continue investigating. This time her mission will be to help Security Chief Arish. He has to explore the mysterious Formation and its strange surroundings. You will be the only one capable of helping him, that is, of course, providing that you are experienced enough and properly equipped.

We will have to wait a bit longer to play the two paid expansions. They will be released next year and even though Remedy has chosen not to reveal about the launch date or the contents we already know that the first one will be called The Foundation. If you think that the Old House is a weird place, wait to see what’s hidden below it… The second expansion is called AWE and it will allow Jesse to explore the Investigations Sector in the Old House, where the Bureau closely examines Altered World Events.

Control – Jesse in action

If you are one of those that are enjoying the awesome visuals that Control has to offer, you will be glad to know that the game is getting a Photo Mode this fall. We can’t understand that it was not added for the launch but better later than never.

It seems that the adventures of Jesse Faden as the director of the Bureau in Control will continue through the next year and that they will keep us busier than we initially expected.

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