All In Games Announces Tools Up Garden Party DLC

Tools Up Garden Party DLC

All In Games has just launched the Tools Up Garden Party DLC which is available on consoles and PC. This is the first of the seasonal DLC episodes for the game which is divided into three separate seasonal episodes, that come each with brand new levels, tools, and mechanics.

In addition, each episode will also add a challenging opponent each season. Tools Up Garden Party DLC can be purchased separately or as part of the Season Pass.

Check out the trailer below:

The Tools Up! Co. crew were coming back from another successful renovation, when suddenly—something fell on the road in front of them! They got out of the car and saw an enormous treehouse surrounded by broken branches. It was practically falling apart before their eyes—this was going to take some work! It’s a good thing Tools Up! Co. was in the right place at the right time. Only they have the skills to restore order to this place!

The Garden Party DLC is available for $5.99 if you buy it separately and $14.99 if you get the Season Pass which includes the DLC. While the first seasonal episode is now live, All In Games also released a roadmap for the game.

Tools Up Garden Party DLC

Key Features:

  • Work hard – paint walls, lay tiles and throw everything you need to other rooms.
  • Play better together – join up to three players to move couches against the clock.
  • Expect the unexpected – environmental elements spice up things. Have you ever renovated a building surrounded by lava?
  • Lead the team – whoever holds the blueprint is in charge of the camera angle.
  • Join in the fun – simple controls and a low entry level make Tools Up! a perfect party game for everyone.

What do you think of the new Tools Up Garden Party DLC? Post your comments below and let us know what you have to say.

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