New DLC for Lifeless Cells was revealed in The Game Awards 2022 pre-show tonight, and it mashes up the action-platformer with one in all its traditional inspirations within the game’s “largest DLC to this point,” coming in Q1 2023.
The approaching DLC unfolds a brand new storyline during which The Beheaded is approached by Richter Belmont following the looks of a wierd, malevolent fortress. Drawn by the promise of latest loot extra so than an moral sense of obligation, gamers might want to harness their utmost undead combating expertise to defeat the evil inside. Filled with new loot, creative-but-deadly new weapons, a great deal of enemies begging for a stake via the center and extra.
Though Alucard and Richter seem within the trailer, it does not seem like they’re going to precisely be playable characters. Return to Castlevania’s Steam web page says you will unlock 20 outfits, “letting you roleplay as” these and different Castlevania characters.
14 new weapons are promised, together with iconic Castlevania projectiles just like the Cross and Holy Water (which maybe you’ve got hurled most not too long ago in Vampire Survivors). You may show down with Dying and Dracula, however the DLC will culminate in “Lifeless Cells’ most epic and impressive boss battle but.” Castlevania’s timeless music can also be woven into the DLC, with 12 of essentially the most recognizable tracks from Castlevania “reimagined within the type of Lifeless Cells.”
No value has been listed for the DLC. Lifeless Cells’ three different DLCs have all been $5.