Some henchmen just want to watch the world burn… and now’s your chance to hire one as the new Team Fortress 2: Pyro DLC Pack hits Evil Genius 2 today. Available now on Steam, this free pack includes the Pyro henchman, the accompanying recruitment side story and 3 loot items.
In addition, new paid for DLC will enable you to unleash the voice of the Valkyrie as you harness the destructive vocal power of Doomhilda, a once promising opera singer who can become your henchman after a series of side missions.
The Rise of the Valkyries DLC pack is available now on Steam as part of the Evil Genius 2 Season Pass or to buy separately, priced £4.19/$4.99/€4.99.
Team Fortress 2: Pyro Pack – FREE
Recruit the Pyro as a Henchman and increase your firepower… literally! Pyro can indiscriminately engulf their surroundings in an inferno, fan the flames on those tiresome Agents in the aftermath, and even extinguish less friendly fires with a puff of compressed air.
What self-respecting Evil Genius can resist harnessing such destructive power?
- New Henchman (Pyro)
- Accompanying Side Story objectives to recruit Pyro
- 3 Loot Items (Briefcase of Australium, Briefcase of Intelligence, Payload)
Rise of the Valkyrie Pack – inc. in Season Pass (or purchase DLC separately)
It’s time to unleash the Valkyrie’s voice! When the Evil Genius decimates the plans of a rising star in the Opera world, you better believe she’s going to seek sonic vengeance. Your minions will need to best this devastating prima donna and her powerful friends, in a saga of shattering performances that will test their nerves, eardrums, and glassware.
Doomhilda’s destructive voice is legendary, possessing the power to stop her enemies in their path – or even inspire her allies to victory. Can the Evil Genius convince Doomhilda to join their side as a Henchman, or will this woman with the voice of an ‘angel’ see them facing the final curtain call?
- New Henchman (Doomhilda)
- Accompanying Side Story objectives to recruit Doomhilda
So, who will you recruit first? Firepower or vocal finesse?