Drakengard 3 Latest DLC Includes Nier’s Rearranged Songs

Drakengard 3 Latest DLC Includes Nier’s Rearranged Songs

A new DLC is now available for Drakengard 3, the latest entry of the action role playing game series published by Square Enix.

The new DLC will make fans of Nier happy, as it includes some rearranged tracks taken from Cavia’s final game. The included songs are “Song of the Ancients,” “Emil,” and “Ashes of Dreams”. The songs can be selected in the stage music option during the game.

Together with the rearranged tracks DLC, another new DLC also includes outfits taken from Drakengard 2. Not only they will change Zero’s clothes, obviously, but also grant some small buffs that will help gamers in their journey.

Drakengard 3 is set before the first game of the series but has connection with all the other games of the series, Nier included. The game’s main characger is called Zero, the oldest and most powerful of the Intoners who is on a quest to kill her five sisters. Zero is accompanied by her dragon Mikhail, who’s also going to play a big role during gameplay.

Drakengard 3 battle system is going to be quite engaging thanks to the inclusion of multiple weapon types that can be switched on the fly, allowing gamers to create some interesting and more complex combos. The dragon riding gameplay segments will also help in making the gameplay experience as varied as possible.

Drakengard 3 is now available in Japan. It will launch in North America and Europe in the near future.


Article from Gamersyndrome.com


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