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The Ascent - Cyber Warrior Pack DLC EU Steam CD Key

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Requires the base game The Ascent on Steam in order to play.
Release date: 24/02/2022

The Cyber Warrior Pack is the must have kit for all you Cyberpunk Samurai out there! Nothing strikes fear into your enemies more than a well-crafted piece of Samurai armor, and with 7 pieces to choose from, there's plenty of options. The additional 2 new weapons, and tactical are just the icing on the cake. That’s not all, the 3 new weapon skins are just as important for your enemies as they are you, at least they’ll know they’ve been slain by the best looking weapons out there. Let them keep some dignity.



  • Brosnan, a ballistic automatic rifle: low calibre ammunition combined with extreme exit speed allows for piercing bullets to cut through most obstacles, puncturing intestines and plating alike.
  • Interuptor, a new special weapon: stasis tech cleverly applied to live ammunition, allowing for great crowd control and pure blue chaos when used right!


  • PLM22 Surge, a lethal mine: mainly used as a defence against monobot and robot units, these charged proximity mines comes packed with a very strong digital blast that'll fry most nearby systems.


  • Feud Vest, Basic torso protection
    Light and unrestrictive. The Feud vest allows for great flexibility and doesn't hinder your movement. A good choice when speed and efficiency are important.
  • Feud Armor, medium torso protection
    The main piece in the Feud line. It offers full upper body protection without slowing you down. If you want a true Cyber Warrior experience, this is for you.
  • Feud Banner, advanced torso protection
    What could possibly make the Feud Armor better? It carries with it many of the properties from the original armor but with a slightly more premium build.
  • Nomad, basic head protection
    An old-school helmet that’s mainly used when working outside of settlements in rough environments. Whilst not offering the latest in tech and features, it still provides solid protection against having your head bashed in.
  • Feud Mask, medium head protection
    The mark piece for the Cyber Warrior kit. You don't need to fake a smile with this on. It does a decent job of protecting your face while also boosting several aspects of the wearer.
  • Feud Helmet, advanced head protection
    The full headpiece for the Cyber Warrior kit. If you want to put fear in your enemies, this is the answer. Thanks to very light material, it allows for great manoeuvrability despite its large size.
  • Feud Trousers, medium leg protection
    A set of fairly neutral trousers that goes with the Cyber Warrior Feud set. Offering a safeguard against your shins, the Feud Trousers complete Cyber Warrior experience.


  • 2 new animated weapon skins: Glitch Green and Glitch Red
  • 1 new weapon skin: Ultra

Be the Samurai Cyber Warrior you deserve to be!


Players with the Cyber Warrior Pack will unlock the following items as they progress in the game:

  • Glitch Green, Glitch Red and Ultra (weapon skins) are unlocked right away. You can apply them by visiting any Gun Smith or Grafter.
  • PLM22 Surge (Tactical), Brosnan (Weapon), Interuptor (Weapon), Feud Mask (Armor), Feud Vest (Armor) and Feud trousers (Armor) will unlock after completion of Mission 2, “Mutual Dependencies”. Visit the relevant vendor (Cyber vendor for the tactical, Weapon vendor for weapons and Armor vendor for amor) to get these items.
  • Feud Helmet (Armor) and Feud Armor (Armor) will unlock after completion of Mission 4, “Empowerment”. Visit an armor vendor to get these items.
  • Nomad (Armor) and Feud Banner (Armor) will unlock after completion of Mission 8, “Syntax Error”. Visit an armor vendor to get these items.

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If you love the whole Blade Runneresque / Cyberpunk thing, then this is the game for you. The game is an RPG twin stick shooter at its core and I have played it a lot on Xbox (when it was still on Gamepass & it only recently left GP, so I really wanted to play it again without playing on console). So onto PC we go (I run 5600x w/ 6750XT and 32GB RAM. I can play this smoothly at max settings without any hiccups ) AND I have to say I played this game since it first launched and it was a bit of a struggle on console. Buggy sometimes, quest had some errors where things just didn't work. Now on PC I was forced to start from the beginning and it is a whole different game. The visuals were as always very good and you can really tell that it runs miles better on PC. They have patched a lot of the odd bugs and problems. The game itself is pretty varied for as far as these type of games go. You can select different skills, weapon sets and armour sets to create a build. Some more viable than others. It has handcannons to miniguns and laser/plasma scifi like weapons. Depending on the enemy the effect is different. Sometimes you will fight monsters. sometimes you will fight high tech towering mech type enemies. You can use cover and sometimes have to aim more slowly by raising your weapon to hit different parts on enemies. You can even use cover by crouching. Which weirdly usable in this isometric perspective. The whole aesthetic is pleasing, as is the soundtrack. It just fits with the neon lit megacity cyberpunk Blade Runner vibe. The story is bit generic - evil megacorpo overlords - ring any bells? But that's not really the point of this kind of game. Just point and shoot away and have a blast. Pretty dope game if you ask me.
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Good 10 to 20 hours of gameplay. Best served as co-op. Graphics are outstanding and gameplay is smooth af.. but there is few annoying bugs. My co-op partner loses his ui totally every once in a while, but nothing too devastating. Storywise game starts slowly but gets better and better over time. Unfortunately ending is.. well it could be better. Overall enjoyable experience 10/10 would recommend.
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I'm playing with my girlfriend and we are loving it so far. It's not common nowadays to find good couch co-op games. The style and the world are very intersting
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The Ascent. Because of the name I got noticed and because of the tags RPG and Cyberpunk I took a closer look. In short: buy the game, it bucks a lot. I have been gaming for 7 hours at the moment and my desire for more increases with every login. The story is cool, the music ... ALL THE MUSIC ... is just great. What is also really intense are the scenes. "OMG that looks awesome" "Take a look at this" is what we thought. Loot is fine, upgrade weapons and so on. is well done and I'm curious what else there is. Although I don't celebrate top-down shooters that much, the game was just right for me and my 2 game partners. We were looking for a nice co-op game and came across The Ascent ... so far we have not been disappointed. It's not too difficult, but neither is it too easy. If the mission says level 7 is required, 5 may be enough, but with a lot of effort. Because I didn't notice any really negative things, here's a little something. The only thing that was very annoying is that the Fullchrome opponents did not spawn on a mission. Is a known bug: Just quit the game for a moment and reload it, and the problem is solved. Conclusion: I can only recommend it to anyone looking for a co-op game where you can simply have fun and lose yourself in a new world.