Take on the Hellfire Knight in the first content expansion for action RPG, Code Vein.
Exciting times for the Code Vein player. The first of three DLC content expansions is out now on Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4.
The add-on includes a new side story that concludes with a battle against the mighty Hellfire Knight. Other additions include a new blood code, new weapons, and new partner costumes.
Players can also tackle The Fiery Oblivion, a new area of The Depths swarming with enemies. Take a look at the fun times ahead in the new trailer.
Bandai Namco promises more new content for Code Vein soon, with a second DLC pack coming next month, and a third in March.
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