Empire of sin When it launched last year, it received a lot of attention, with major publisher Paradox and developer Romero Games optimistic. The 1920s gangster tactical game unfortunately provided a good idea of ​​how the review thought about the Switch version on the “Elliott Metz” tagline, and was disappointed in many ways.

Of course, updates and fixes have been made since then, but finding the right balance between the various systems of the game is clearly an ongoing project. This week we had a major patch with a number of fixes and some additions (called “free district updates”), along with the first major paid extension, “Make It Count.” This expansion adds new characters and units in addition to 20 new missions. You can purchase it alone or as part of your extended pass.

As you can see Official patch notes Many corrections and adjustments have been made. Almost a year after EmpireofSin hit the market, its multiple editions (bundled with bass and DLC) are now all 50% off. European e-shop. Unfortunately, discounts don’t seem to be available in North America (at the time of writing). Or, if you got this at launch, now seems like the best time to revisit.

Hopefully, various fixes have brought this game closer to its potential. If you have an Empire of Sin on Switch and have tried it with an update, let us know in the comments how it’s going.