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Code Vein unleashes the electrifying Lord of Thunder

Third DLC growth obtainable now

Bandai Namco has dropped the third – and for the foreseeable future, closing – DLC bundle to its tough-as-nails gothic journey Code Vein. Following on from battles with the Hellfire Knight and the Frozen Empress, the unholy trinity concludes with the arrival of the Lord of Thunder.

Lord of Thunder accommodates new story content material, set inside the subterranean, tree-root engulfed Eternal Abyss. Here, gamers will come throughout new enemies and uncover new gear, en path to going through off towards the highly effective Lord of Thunder itself. New weapons and Blood Codes infuse your heroes with lightning skills, and a really cool run of latest skins for Jack and Eva will enure you look fucking rad whereas doing so.

You can try the entire new content material within the trailer beneath. Lord of Thunder is on the market to buy now for round $10, or is included as the ultimate a part of Code Vein’s $25 season move.

Code Vein is on the market now on PS4, PC, and Xbox One.

Code Vein unleashes the electrifying Lord of Thunder

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