Strange Brigade DLC Adds New Character & New Map

The Rest of Its DLC Roadmap Has Also Been Announced

The first piece of Strange Brigade DLC launched on Tuesday and it added a new character named Patrick “Bash” Conaghan, a former rodeo rider. Bash comes with the game’s season pass but those who haven’t purchased it can buy Bash for $6.99.

The DLC also added a new free map, “Palace”, for the game’s Horde Mode along with adding Score Attack mode for these three maps for free: Harbin’s Dig Path, Hidden Valley, and Tunnels of Wadjet.

The rest of the Strange Brigade DLC roadmap was also announced on Tuesday. The Thrice Damned Campaign is a three-part DLC series that’ll add more new characters, new campaign missions, new items, and new weapons. The official schedule can be read below:

Early October

Season Pass

  • Campaign Mission – The Thrice Damned 1: Isle of the Dead
  • American Aviatrix Character Expansion Pack
  • Tessie Caldwell playable character
  • Internal Firestorm amulet power
  • Hyde & Sons compact pistol
  • Colbeck Wildfire submachine gun
  • Glacier Bomb special item


  • Score Attack – Stone Church II
  • Score Attack – Cursed Village II
  • Horde map – Tunnels


Late October

Season Pass

  • Campaign Mission – The Thrice Damned 2: The Sunken Kingdom
  • Japanese Naval Officer Character Expansion Pack
  • Hachiro Shimuzu playable character
  • Piercing Pestilence amulet power
  • Marchador TT pistol
  • Mikhailov-38 rifle
  • Shock Grenade special item


  • Score Attack – Cut-Throat Caverns II
  • Score Attack – Forsaken City II
  • Horde map – Chamber



Season Pass

  • Campaign Mission – The Thrice Damned 3: Pyramid of Bes
  • Maharani Huntress Character Expansion Pack
  • Anjali Khan playable character
  • Mosin-Nagant rifle
  • MP40 submachine gun
  • Freeze Chain amulet power
  • Cluster Grenade special item


  • Score Attack – Great Pyramid II
  • Score Attack – Afterlife II
  • Horde map – Void

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SOURCE: Press release