Gaming Code Vein DLC 'Hellfire Knight' Out Now

Code Vein DLC ‘Hellfire Knight’ Out Now

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This new DLC will introduce a new side story culminating with a brand new boss fight against the frightening Hellfire Knight. As well as being able to tackle this new threat, players can access a new blood code, three new weapons and alternative partner costumes. Players will also be able to sink their teeth into new challenges awaiting in the Depths – The Fiery Oblivion – a new area packed with powerful enemies.

Future DLC’s will include more content to further your adventure, with DLC2 set for February and DLC3 coming in March.

Code Vein is available now for PS4, Xbox One and PC, Hellfire Knight DLC is out now and is included in the Season Pass at £19.99 or standalone for £7.99 from your platform’s digital store.

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Sean McCarthy
Freelance writer but also a Gamer, Gooner, Jedi, Whovian, Spartan, Son of Batman, Assassin and Legend. Can be found playing on PS4 and Xbox One Twitter @CockneyCharmer

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