Battlestar Galactica Deadlock: Resurrection

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"Battlestar Galactica Deadlock: "Resurrection "
a game of the the Re-imagined series
Developer Black Lab Games
Publisher Slitherine Ltd.
Platform Windows OS, PS4, Xbox One
Genre Turn-based space strategy, ship battle
Game Type Digital
Release Date: 2019-03-19
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Battlestar Galactica Deadlock: Resurrection is the fifth expansion for the Battlestar Galactica Deadlock game, featuring added content in terms of story missions, ships, weapons, and other pertinent updates. Its release is the first installment of the "Season 2" package for the game series.

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The Battlestar Galactica: Deadlock Resurrection DLC introduces ten story-based missions aswell as continuation of the the Dialogue feature from the Sin and Sacrifice expansion, between characters in the Galactica CIC. These dialogues appear between the story-based missions and contain dialouge that expands the world of the Battlestar Galactica universe.

  • Mission 1: Second Blooding
  • Mission 2: The Body Resurrected
  • Mission 3: Pallas
  • Mission 4: Kobolform
  • Mission 5: Send him from crisis
  • Mission 6: Perfect Interval
  • Mission 7: Triangulation
  • Mission 8: Galleon
  • Mission 9: Forward Contamination
  • Mission 10: Oranu Sunset

Resurrection DLC Side Missions

Side missions can appear across the Cyrannus systems, providing additional opportunities to earn Requisition Points and other rewards for your fleet. They appear on the map with a number counting down the number of remaining turns they are available for.

Avoiding the missions negatively affect the player's abilities during strategy sessions; Tylium and Requisition point costs will increase, FTL values will drop for enemies, while enemy fleets will increase difficulty. During Resurrection, the player can enounter one of the randomly generated side-missions:

  • Field Promotion
  • Colony Defense
  • Practice Range
  • Ambush
  • Roaming Battle
  • Names of the Dead
  • High Priority Target
  • No Borders
  • Ceremonial Weapons
  • Redacted
  • Rendezvous Point
  • Competitive Advantage

New War Room

The Ministry of Defense relies on Galactica to lead the counter-offensive against the Cylons. Organize and command BSG-75 from a meticulous reconstruction of the famous Galactica CIC. The Season Two strategy layer has been revamped to get you straight into the fights that matter, while the new Cylon Threat mechanic measures your overall impact on the First Cylon War.

New Ships

The Jupiter-class battlestar you know and love has been overhauled. The Jupiter Mk II boasts enough firepower and armour to become the most impressive vessel yet fielded in the war, with that authentic familiar look fans have been waiting for.

The Cylons have not been idle during the ceasefire either. When taking the field, Cylon Command have begun to exploit the raw firepower of the rare Cratus basestar, an impressive behemoth of a ship that serves as a mobile operational base.

New Sqaudrons

The Colonials have retrofitted an ancient fighter design with a mysterious origin. Dubbed the Taipan, these hardy fighters are heavy hitting anti-capital strike vehicles. Meanwhile, the Cylons have developed the Vespid, a swarm of dedicated bombers that quickly close the distance and release high yield explosives on their targets.

Related Media

Offical teaser trailer by Slitherine.