Candy Cush Saga series developer has pushed a new update that adds more content to Candy Crush Jelly Saga. The popular match-three puzzle video game fans will certainly be pleased with the update that will be effective on Windows 10 PCs and Windows Phone.
The key part of the update is the addition of a new episode of the incredibly addictive puzzle game. King has now brought the Sweet Bamboo Festival episode to Windows devices. The new episode will be free-to-play and players who have advanced in the game to this level will be eligible to play it.
As we know, Sweet Bamboo Festival is not a completely new episode for the series. Candy Crush Jelly Saga on Android and iOS platforms received the episode back in June. Nonetheless, gamers on these devices (running on Windows 10 OS) will be pleased to land it however how late it may have arrived.
Besides, other World Six episodes are also coming to Windows 10. Afterwards, gamers on this platform should expect the World Seven episodes to follow. At the moment, there are no worlds beyond World Seven for Windows 10 client.
Candy Crush Soda Saga also updated
Windows 10 gamers should also be pleased with the update for Candy Crush Soda Saga. The new update adds 20 more episodes to the sequel taking the total levels for gamers to 905.
While regular players will come into contact with the new episodes for both the games almost instantly, new gamers will take some time before they could reach the new levels.
Candy Crush Saga sequels recall
Remember, King soft-launched Candy Crush Soda Saga sequel in May 2014 in some countries. The title includes dynamics such as a soda bottle that can shift gravity. Later, on October 20, 2014, Facebook version of the game was released globally. The mobile app was then released in November on Android and iOS platforms. The app was extended to Windows 10 and Windows Phone in October 2015.
Another sequel, Candy Crush Jelly Saga was soft-launched initially for Android devices. A global rollout was effected in January 2016. Unlike other titles, Jelly Saga was not initially released for Facebook. As of May 2016, the title existed as a game app.
Finally, Candy Crush Saga is free to play but entails in-app purchases where you will be required to use real money.