Serious Sam: Siberian Mayhem is a standalone expansion arriving this month


Serious Sam: Siberian Mayhem is a standalone expansion coming this month

Serious Sam Siberian Mayhem

A team of Serious Sam modders worked with Croteam to implement this new experience

Some new Serious Sam is on the way. And not only is it launching very soon, but Serious Sam: Siberian Mayhem comes from a pretty interesting place too: the modding community.

Serious Sam: Siberian Mayhem is a standalone extension for Serious Sam 4, launching on January 25, 2022. It’s coming to PC via Steam, and the project is a collaboration between Serious Sam Croteam developer and Timelock Studio.

According to a Steam news post, Timelock is the banner under which several members of the Serious Sam the modding community has come together to work on Siberian chaos. The studio includes names such as DedKadath, Asdolg, YaNexus, UrbanDeHuman, FreekNik, MintFritter, NSKuber, and Ar2R-devil-PiNKy. The team worked with Croteam to bring the project to life, although the studio says it will share “the story of how it all happened” on another day.

Serious Sam has been going on for many, many years, with the fourth entry launching last year. And as Chris wrote at the time, that doesn’t really change the formula: it feels like the same old Sam, with plenty of side enemies and shooting to fill your need for arena FPS action at the moment. Ancient.

Croteam working with a range of modders makes Siberian chaos quite an interesting project. And doubly so when the project is a standalone extension. If you’re eager for a new excuse to strafe enemies and blast aliens, Serious Sam: Siberian Mayhem will deliver the solution later this month.

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