Immortals Fenyx Rising’s second DLC Myths of the Japanese Realm will get March launch date • Eurogamer.web


Provides Chinese language mythology impressed map and hero.

Immortals Fenyx Rising, Ubisoft’s greek mythology impressed open-world journey, shall be getting its second serving to of paid post-launch DLC on 25th March.

Myths of the Japanese Realm, because it’s identified, strikes away from Immortals’ common Olympian motion, as a substitute following a brand new hero, Ku, on a journey – going down lengthy earlier than occasions of the principle recreation – throughout a brand new open-world map impressed by Chinese language mythology.

“When a brutal warfare breaks out between Heaven and Earth,” explains Ubisoft, “humanity is turned again into the clay that the Goddess Nuwa fashioned them from. However…Ku, escapes the curse of the damaged heavens and emerges into the fallen world.”

Immortals Fenyx Rising post-launch and Season Cross trailer.

New deities and monsters are promised because the motion unfolds (plus a well-recognized face or two), alongside a novel combating model primarily based on Chinese language martial arts.

Myths of the Japanese Realm shall be obtainable as a part of Immortals Fenyx Rising’s £34 Season Cross (included with the Gold Version) when it arrives on 25th March, and, if earlier DLC A New God is any indication, also needs to be launched individually for round £12.

A 3rd and closing Immortals enlargement, often called The Misplaced Gods, is but to obtain a launch date. It returns to Fenyx because the world is ravaged by cataclysms attributable to renegade deities, bringing new brawler-style fight, a brand new top-down isometric perspective, and a brand new playable human hero referred to as Ash, armed with distinctive talents and a customisable improve system.

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