Drawn to Life: Two Realms has gotten a new, free update today, and it adds a handful of new features and squashes some bugs as well. See what's been added in the press release below.
505 Games and developer Digital Continue have sketched up a free update for Drawn to Life: Two Realms, available to players today on Steam for PC, Nintendo Switch, and on iOS and Android mobile device . The Creative Pack DLC brings more exciting content and creation tools to players, including ten new challenge levels and touch screen Draw tool support for players on Nintendo Switch.
Free Creative Pack DLC includes:
Touch screen control in Draw Tool (Nintendo Switch only)
20 additional stickers
15 additional templates
10 additional stamps
10 new challenge levels
Minor bug fixing and quality of life improvements
New app icon (iOS and Android only)
Drawn to Life: Two Realms picks up several years after the end of Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter. Players reconnect with Mari, Jowee, and other favorite characters as they travel between the Raposa and Human realms to uncover the mystery of the shadow. The action-adventure platformer includes dozens of unique toys, more than 100 Imagination Battles and 70-plus Humans and Raposa NPCs to interact with. Players can toy around with millions of colors and dozens of unique stickers that unlock endless hours of customization to accompany their journey.