"Simply put, Dead Cells blew us away with its bleak world and relentless combat."
The game trial can be downloaded now, so you're ready to go on January 26.
It's the second paid DLC the roguelike has received.
The upcoming DLC is said to introduce two new biomes, as well as new weapons and enemies.
Some bigger news dropping in a couple of months was also teased.
A huge update awaits Dead Cells players on PC and console players won't have to wait too long either.
Android gamers now get to experience action-platformer Dead Cells and they can get it at a 10% launch discount.
"In a shameless attempt to convince Lord Gaben of Valve to send us an Index kit (each, of course) we built this," pleads the studio, convincingly.
Two early game biomes are coming in with this DLC, but that's just the beginning for the roadmap of the next two years.
Recycling Tubes are there for experienced players, and a new mini biome has also been added to the game.
The mobile version has been redesigned with these users in mind, including new control options to utilise.
A brand new launch trailer has just been released, along with the announcement that the game has passed two million copies sold.
Motin Twin has teamed up with Playdigious to deliver this new mobile version, with Android players getting it later on.
We talked to Motion Twin at PAX about the major content update for one of last year's most popular indies.
PC is the main platform, but Nintendo Switch sales have been good too according to Motion Twin.
Team aiming to improve the experience for Switch players.