Wrath of the Cosmos is coming April 13th!

It’s time to take the battle into space with the 4th and final full expansion in Season 1: Wrath of the Cosmos. As declared by Kaargra Warfang herself, this coming Wednesday, April 13th is “The Day of the Bloodsworn” and she is drafting all of you Sentinels to come and fight for her amusement! Will you be able to hold off her gladiators and win the favor of the crowd?

Other challenges await you in this expansion including a tale of brothers torn apart by a sinister cosmic power, and the first inklings of a darker evil on the horizon. Progeny arrives as the herald of something called “OblivAeon,” though what that might be, we’re not exactly sure. Like the other full expansions, Wrath of the Cosmos includes 8 full decks, listed below:

  • Heroes

    • Captain Cosmic
      • Hugh Lowsley and his brother Nigel were watching the sky one night when a strange metorite crashed nearby. They found a glowing crystal, which assaulted the brothers with energy, knocking them unconscious. When Hugh came to, his brother had disappeared, but he had gained powers of energy manipulation! As Captain Cosmic, Hugh fights alongside the heroes of the Multiverse, but he is constantly searching for his lost brother.
    • Sky-Scraper
      • Portja Kir-Pro was a Thorathian freedom fighter with size-changing powers. However, everything changed when the Bloodsworn Colosseum manifested on Dok’Thorath and she was taken hostage. Now, having made her escape with the heroes of Earth, Portja fights as Sky-Scraper: the Proportionist! She wields both her power to change her size and mass, as well as her knowledge of subterfuge and skill with her “links”, which she uses to control and subdue her opponents.
  • Villains

    • Kaargra Warfang
      • The Bloodsworn Colosseum moves from place to place, seemingly at random. Wherever it lands, Kaargra Warfang forces the local inhabitants to fight as gladiators, vying for the favor of the crowd. The Bloodsworn Colosseum could appear anywhere, and any nearby heroes will be forced to fight for survival! 
    • Infinitor
      • The events that led to Hugh Lowsley gaining powers were less kind to his brother Nigel. After encountering the crystal, Nigel awoke to madness. In a blind panic, he drew on unknown powers and flew out into space, pulsing a sickly green. Nigel drifted among the stars, only existing to listen. At first, he heard only screams. Then, those screams turned to horrifying whispers, until Nigel was no more. All that remained was Infinitor, the apotheosis of infinite madness.
    • Progeny
      • From far beyond our galaxy came a spark of creation. It arced through space and drove into the heart of our planet. As cosmic events transpired, that spark was called to wake. Progeny was born, surging up through the crust of the earth. It knew its two directives. Its first command: destroy.Its second command was less simple, but even more important: it must prepare for the arrival of its progenitor. Progeny is the harbinger of the downfall of the human race, and with it, the Multiverse itself.
    • Deadline
      • Tarogath watched the end of his people hundreds of years ago, and now lives in the Enclave of the Endlings as the last of his kind. Recently, he observed the beginning of another extinction event -- on the planet Earth! He traveled there to try to slow, if not stop entirely the cosmic events which threatened their very existence. With a heavy heart, Tarogath took the mantle of Deadline and sought to leave a scar from which humanity may never fully recover… 
  • Environments

    • The Enclave of the Endlings
      • When the only other remaining member of her race finally died, Jansa Vi Dero was truly alone. Her race, the Varusiods, were phenomenally long-lived people, but they were all beyond the age of reproduction. It was only a matter of time. But that was centuries ago. Now, Jansa Vi Dero has built a new society for herself. In the Enclave of the Endlings, any races whose light is beginning to flicker are preserved in the existence of their final representative. Some villainous minds have thought to take advantage of the power of the Endlings...
    • Dok’Thorath Capital
      • After the destruction of the Thorathian Conquering Fleet and the disappearance of Grand Warlord Voss, the Thorathian homeworld of Dok’Thorath was left in a state of turmoil. The powerful Thorathian Military was now leaderless, and the outnumbered and outgunned Dok’Thorath Freedom Fighters were now more organized than their oppressors. Now, the heroes of Earth find themselves on this distant planet, pursuing a deadly foe to stop their dastardly plot...

A Villanous Variant

It’s been a while since we’ve seen a new variant villain in Sentinels of the Multiverse. Infinitor makes his debut in Wrath of the Cosmos, and comes with a variant to unlock: Heroic Infinitor! Can you help Nigel fight back against the whispers of OblivAeon and stand alongside his brother Hugh (a.k.a. Captain Cosmic) in the ranks of the heroic?

The variant hunt will begin when the update is available on all platforms. Remember, the first person to contact us on Facebook or Twitter with a screenshot showing their successful unlocking of a Variant earns a spot in the Hall of Fame.

Stay Organized

The version 1.8 update to Sentinels will also include a couple of handy new features. You can now organize the decks in the New Game screen to group alphabetically or by expansion pack, and hide specific expansions. If you want to randomize a game with exclusively new content, you’ll like this feature!

You may have already noticed since Shattered Timelines and Chrono-Ranger that the game interface could get a little nutty with many cards next to one another. This problem could get even worse with Captain Cosmic and Sky-Scraper, who are all about playing cards next to cards (next to cards, next to cards, next to…). Version 1.8 has a new layout system to make sure you won’t miss anything, and a new button in the full size card popup to navigate “next to” cards and see exactly what is next to what.

Season Pass holders:

If you already own Season Pass 1, you will get access to the new decks automatically, but you may need to redownload the DLC first.

  • Steam - Your Steam client should automatically download and install the new content when you press Play. You may need to quit and restart your Steam client for it to see the update.
  • iOS - When you launch Sentinels, you should be shown a screen prompting you to redownload the season pass. If you are not, just press “Get Expansion Packs” and tap “Restore Purchases.”
  • Android - When you launch Sentinels, you should be shown a screen prompting you to redownload the season pass. If you are not, just press “Get Expansion Packs” and tap “Restore Purchases.”

Individual DLC owners:

  • As part of normal updates we make minor improvements to DLC content. On iOS and Android, be sure to re-download your DLC after the update in order to get the latest and greatest.

Price Drop!

Oh and by the way, starting today, Sentinels of the Multiverse is just $9.99 on Steam! That means the game is now the same price across all platforms. The Steam 5-pack price also reflects this change so it will now be just $39.99 to outfit an entire team to take on the Multiverse!


* Sentinels of the Multiverse version 1.8 with Wrath of the Cosmos support will be released for Steam and Android on Wednesday. iOS will release on Wednesday or when it is approved.

Posted on April 8, 2016 .