Konami has given a release date for both DLC of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, they are expected to launch in early 2011. The first one is called Reverie, where Gabriel will return to the castle to help Laura. The second, Resurrection, continues the story right after the end of the game. PR and artworks inside. Update: 8 screens from the first DLC added.
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - DLC detailed
KONAMI unleashes two new DLC packs for the most spectacular Castlevania title of all time…
Konami Digital Entertainment GmbH has announced two new downloadable content packages for Castlevania: Lords of Shadow which will feature all new areas, monsters, and brand new story lines.
In Castlevania Lords of Shadow ‘Reverie’ players will return to the Castle as Gabriel to help Laura, the former servant to the vampire Carmilla, in destroying the unruly evil that was previously kept in check by the recently slain Queen.
Once completed, fans of the series can download the second DLC entitled ‘Resurrection’, which continues the story directly after the end of the game and gives some insight into the dramatic epilogue seen by players upon completion of the game, and Gabriel's ultimate destiny. This will be larger in scope than the first add-on, as it features a final showdown with a very notorious enemy. Both packs are expected to launch in early 2011.
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