If you’re looking for a reason to jump back into Metroid Dread, or are looking for another reason to grab the game (other than it being awesome), Nintendo and developer MercurySteam have added several new game modes to the game that will no doubt please fans. The 2.1.0 update for Metroid Dread not only adds a Boss Rush mode, but also Survival Rush and Dread Rush modes for those looking for that extra challenge.

Unlocked after completing the main game, Boss Rush mode is self-explanatory. Samus will face off against 12 continuous boss battles, with the aim to achieve the best time. Any damage received during the previous fight is carried-over into the next fight, though weapons are fully-restored between battles. If Samus is defeated, players may select “Retry” to continue playing from the start of the battle they lost, but with a time penalty.

Dread Rush is unlocked after completing the game using Dread Mode, and is similar to Boss Rush. The only difference is if Samus is hit by a boss, her energy drops to zero and she is defeated.

Lastly, Survival Rush is unlocked after completing either Boss Rush or Dread Rush. In this mode, players race to defeat as many bosses as they can within a 5-minute time limit. Any damage received, or weapons spent are carried-over into the next battle. Even if time remains on the clock, Samus being defeated will result in a game over. Defeating a boss will add a fixed amount of time to the countdown clock. Defeat a boss without receiving any damage to receive an even bigger time bonus.

Metroid Dread is available exclusively on the Nintendo Switch.

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