Owners of's Gothic survival game Don't Starve now have access to Don’t Starve Together, its co-operative multiplayer component.
Interestingly, the multiplayer mode is not actually finished yet; it was releasedin December last year, and set to be released for free to owners of the core game once it was completed. Klei has decided to push that release forward, but they will continue to work on update patches and bits of new content.
"Over the last 6+ months, we’ve been updating the game at a furious pace, and all the while, we’ve been upgrading our backend to get ready for bigger load,"on their forums. "Since our Early Access launch in December, we’ve added new creatures, integrated the Reign of Giants DLC for free, created new games modes, added significant improvements to modding, and in general made over 50 significant updates to the game. While we’re not yet done (see below!) we feel players have waited long enough."
The next thing Klei is working to adapt for the multiplayer mode is how to introduce, large underground zones that could be explored in singleplayer mode. For a full rundown of what Klei has in store for the near future, check out this
There's also anthat will fill you in if you're not sure whether you qualify for a free copy of Don’t Starve Together. It'll also tell you how to download it if it's not already been added directly to your Steam account.