DmC: Devil May Cry gets Bloody Palace DLC on February 20
Free survival gauntlet for Ninja Theory's Devil May Cry reboot to be released at the end of the month.
DmC: Devil May Cry's free Bloody Palace mode will be released for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on February 20, Capcom has announced.
No details about a PC release were given by Capcom.
Bloody Palace, a mainstay of the series, is a survival gauntlet that throws waves of increasingly difficult enemy combinations at the player. UK developer Ninja Theory's take on the mode claims to offer over 100 levels and five boss fights.
Despite the content being free to download, players will need to complete the game once before it can be accessed.
Capcom has already released a costume pack for DmC: Devil May Cry that allows players to change the look of its revamped protagonist back to DMC3-era Dante.
Ninja Theory is also working on the Vergil's Downfall DLC, which is scheduled to be released later in February. The new single-player mini-campaign will be priced at 720MSP or $8.99/£7.29/€8.99.
DmC: Devil May Cry scored a respectable 8.0 in its GameSpot review. "DmC succeeds both in its story and in its brilliant combat, and it looks the business too, despite a few minor glitches and the more colour-soaked levels looking like they've spent a little too much time in an Instagram filter," said reviewer Mark at the time.
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