Moss is Getting a New Expansion Called Twilight Garden Starting Later this Month

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To coincide with the launch of the new Oculus Quest later this month, Polyarc has recently announced that last year’s release of Moss will soon be receiving a new piece of add-on content.

This new expansion to the world of Moss is called Twilight Garden and will add both new gameplay and story elements. This new addition to the game will come in the form of an entirely new chapter that will feature a new region to explore, additional challenges, and narrative beats. It will also come for free to all of those who already own the game.

The only holdup here for current Moss owners is that Twilight Garden will have a staggered release. The add-on will first come to Oculus Quest later this month when the VR headset arrives on May 21. The following month at an undetermined date in June, Twilight Garden will then make its way to PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and all other platforms that Moss appears on right now.

Even though those who currently own Moss will have to wait a bit longer to play Twilight Garden, I’m glad to see Polyarc continuing to support the title. I’m also hoping that this bodes well for the future of the game whether that means a full-fledged sequel is on the way or more additional content could also be in the cards. Either way, just keep giving me more of Moss.

Below you can check out some new screenshots from the Twlight Garden add-on for Moss. We’ll keep you posted when this new content heads to other platforms next month.







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