Remnant: From the Ashes – Subject 2923 marks the perfect ending for this title. There’s still a ton of gameplay here for those who want to continue their experience long after the story ends, but from a narrative standpoint, I’m satisfied with the conclusion. The natural flow of unlocking new items can feel slow sometimes, and the creative choices in regards to the new areas are a little bland, so your mileage may vary depending on personal preference. Still, the sheer amount of content offered in Subject 2923 makes it a must-buy for anyone currently playing or those looking for a reason to return to this nightmarish world.
The issues it had on release were awful, and the DLCs in a vacuum were a little underwhelming in scope; especially that first one, but the Complete Edition takes care of all of that, making it even greater than before. Remnant was just something I stumbled across and decided to take a chance on with a friend and now, over a year later, I’m still thinking about it; still excited to play some more. It’s true that it has slowly risen in popularity but I think it’s still quite underappreciated – there really isn’t anything else like this out there and I recommend giving it a shot.
As a conclusion to Remnant: From the Ashes narrative, Subject 2923 is mediocre, but more than makes up for this fault by introducing a wealth of lore for purists, a solid new biome with a fantastic variety of secrets to discover, and exceptional new boss battles. The story may not be the greatest, yet Subject 2923 manages to conclude Remnant with a bang, not a whimper.
While the new Subject 2923 DLC for Remnant: From The Ashes doesn’t do anything new it is a fun and great addition to the game. If you are looking for more of the Remnant world and story, then you cannot go wrong with picking up this DLC. For players who are new to Remnant, I highly recommend playing through the main campaign, though you can jump directly into the DLC if you don't care much about the story. Just be aware that some players are still experiencing random freezes/crashes.
as a huge fan of this game i waited impatiently for this final dlc and when it finally came out i was a little bit underwhelmed don't get me wrong the dlc is fun and all but it felt like there should be more content in it it felt really short and yes i know there is replay value and all but even then it felt like i can finish everything under 6 hours which don't get me wrong is a lot of time but again it could be a little bit longer with more content in it considering that this is the final dlc of the game also the pre patch update brought with it a lot of crashes and performance issues so my finals score to the new and final remnant dlc is a 7 out of 10
although all in all this dlc brings to the game a lot more things to do so for people who just started playing the game it is awesome but for long time fans like me it really is kinda upsetting that there isn't that much things to do :
This isn't my kind of game. It just seems boring, repetitive and pointless. The story is nothing much and there is no option to be able to pause your game. I find this game overly difficult for solo play. Terrible game.
SummaryRemnant: From the Ashes – Subject 2923 requires ownership of Remnant: From the Ashes to play. Subject 2923 does not require ownership of the Swamps of Corsus DLC to play. In a brand-new continuation of the Remnant: From the Ashes story, meet unexpected allies, traverse unfamiliar zones and dimensions, and overcome new threats to save you...