Giveaway! Unlock tribes for free in Werewolf: The Apocalypse — The Book of Hungry Names

Originally published at: Giveaway! Unlock tribes for free in Werewolf: The Apocalypse — The Book of Hungry Names - Choice of Games LLC

Werewolf: The Apocalypse — The Book of Hungry Names

We’re super excited for the release of “Werewolf: The Apocalypse — The Book of Hungry Names” on April 25th!

As a special offer, if you purchase “Werewolf: The Apocalypse — The Book of Hungry Names” by 11:59pm PDT on April 26th, we’ll give you the “Wardens and Furies” DLC, featuring the options to play as a member of the Black Fury tribe or the Hart Warden tribe, for free.

Experience “Werewolf: The Apocalypse — The Book of Hungry Names” as one of the ruthless slayers of the Black Furies or the howling celebrants of the Hart Wardens. Hunt the wilds of New England with Gifts of divine archery, beast-speech, and the dark blessings of long-dead werewolves.

Don’t forget to wishlist it on Steam or preregister on Google Play now! You can also pre-purchase the app on iOS.

Also: All our games are on sale on Steam this week as part of the Steam Spring Sale!


The black furies are a dlc thing?
Damn, that’s a bit disappointing


For those who missed it last time (or just want to see it again), here’s the trailer:


Will we be able to do this and pre-purchase through steam or only through the IOS app?

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I think only IOS allows pre-purchase. Googplay only lets you pre-register, and I don’t see anything at steam yet indicating that a sale will actually go through for it. Maybe wait a couple more hours and try again?

Actually let me correct myself, I can’t find the game on steam. Which seems odd, I could swear I saw it before.

I would love to do this but the iOS app doesn’t have a pre purchase option so I guess I’ll just have to wing it.

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So I was right then. Paradox strikes again, with DLC baked into a game from the start, so they can release it at launch. I’d like to say I’m disappointed, but that’s just Paradox for you…


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No, there’s no prepurchase on Steam. You have to have special magic Steam juice to make that happen, and we don’t have it yet.

Just as with Night Road, as long as you buy the game before the deadline (midnight on the 26th), you can redeem the free DLC anytime.

That said, we’re working with Steam to try and get it so when you buy BOHN during the bonus period, the DLC is automagically added to the transaction–save everyone the headache.

EDIT: For clarity, if you purchase on a platform other than Steam, you’ll email in your receipt and we’ll credit your COG account with the DLC. Just like last time with Night Road and Usurpers and Outcasts. We’re not excluding anyone from this giveaway.


Eh, maybe I should have just searched steam as a whole, rather than going in under the COG page.

Ah that’s good to hear as a steam main, best of luck then and thanks for clarification

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This is so awesome!!!

It’s a 1.5 million behemoth and I’d love to see more franchises under CoG’s belt. With more financial success stories, I can see other IPs more willing to lend themselves into Interactive Fiction.

Here’s to Kyle Marquis and the people in the company who supported the release of this title! :partying_face:

I stand corrected, and even more flabbergasted, thanks!!


1.8 million, actually!


I’m genuinely curious. How will people who use the Choice of Games phone app, benefit from this offer? You’re not able to pre-order games on that platform, and since I use that platform exclusively, it would be fairly awful to miss out on this ‘offer’ just because I prefer to have all of my CoG games in one place.

You don’t have to preorder to get the free content. You just have to buy the game the first day it’s out.


Ahh, cool, cool. I apparently completely misunderstood what I was reading.

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So, am I the only one who wishes the Shadow Lords had been one of the DLC-exclusive tribes, just so they could release the third DLC pack for a Kyle Marquis game called “[Whatever] and Shadows”?

… yeah, I probably am.


I’m more so wondering what other tribes could be added as dlc, there aren’t many others in the book no?

Not gonna lie, not a fan of how they went about this. While i do understand DLC helps bring in revenue, and helps funds future projects and pays people. And all the DLC ive seen for interactive games has been “cheap” ((opposed to like a $40 game DLC))

Them already being mentioned as chooseable in the game ((demo/beta)) , and THEN being announced as DLC leaves a bad taste in my mouth.

If they had them not there as pickable, and THEN announced them as extra in the DLC, I’d get it. Cause then they’d be seen as just extra content.

This way makes it seem like its pay walled story content.

Nonetheless, i look forward to doing the Furie route, and the game overall release.


I can actually answer this!

There aren’t many other tribes they can add, other than these two. There are maybe 7 other tribes but most aren’t possible.

  1. Git of Fenris: Theyre bad guys in this, and generally seen as “bad” and not so sane.

  2. Silent Striders: This one i could maybe be seen as added. But i dont know much about them.

  3. Spiral Dancers: Work for the Wyrm, or just against Gaia in general.

4-6: Are native tribes. Wendigo is one, i dont recall the other two names. Theyre both near extinct though.

  1. Red Talon: Not so much evil, as they do “side with Gaia”, but are VERY radical when doing it. Very anti-human.