Immortals Fenyx Rising's First DLC, A New God, Is Out Now

Ubisoft has also released a free demo for the mythological open-world adventure.


A New God, the first DLC for Ubisoft's open-world adventure Immortals Fenyx Rising, is available now on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, PC, and Stadia. In addition to the launch of A New God, Ubisoft has also released a free demo for Immortals Fenyx Rising on all platforms.

The Trials of the Olympians is the focus of A New God, tasking Fenyx with overcoming the trials in order to earn their place in the inner circle of the Greek pantheon. On top of completing the challenging trials built by the gods, players will also be able to explore Olympos Palace and unlock a new gear set with perks that let you perform additional jumps, among other advantages.

A New God also introduces four new ability upgrades for Fenyx. Immortal Field Barrier, an Athena's Dash upgrade, allows players to pass through the Immortal Fields and deal more damage when dashing. Colossal Strength, a Herakles' Strength upgrade, lets player manipulate colossal objects and deal more damage when throwing objects. Windgust, an Ares's Wrath upgrade, creates an airstream for a few seconds after charging Fenyx's uppercut, so players can rise higher when delivering the final blow. Finally, Phosphoros' Swap gives players the ability to swap positions with a decoy for one chunk of stamina.

A New God is available as part of Immortals Fenyx Rising's $39.99 Season Pass or as a standalone for $14.99. The Season Pass also includes three soon-to-be-released DLC packs that will introduce new characters, challenges, realms, and ways to play. The free demo, meanwhile, is set in an archipelago built exclusively for the demo, inspired by Aphrodite's region of the game. The demo features a mix of combat, exploration, and puzzles to give players a taste of what Immortals Fenyx Rising has to offer.

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