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Kneel Before the Code Vein Lord of Thunder Starting Today

The third and remaining Code Vein DLC has appeared. Lord of Thunder has launched and given folks an opportunity to face off towards one other elemental enemy. You can seize it by itself for $9.99 or get it with the Hellfire Knight and Frozen Empress add-ons for $24.99.

As you may think from the title, this add-on is electrical. Lord of Thunder includes an enemy of the identical identify lurking in a complete new space of the Depths. As you undergo the realm, you’ll discover new monsters to face and new tools, like completely different weapons, Blood Codes, and Blood Veils to make use of. Two of your allies, Eva Roux and Jack Rutherford, even get new outfits.

Here’s the Lord of Thunder Code Vein DLC. It teases the sport’s final Memory Echo and reveals off a number of the new enemies you’ll face.

Here’s a gallery taking a look at some Lord of Thunder options like its new Blood Code, Blood Veil, enemies, and weapons. You may even see Eva and Jack’s new seems!

Kneel Before the Code Vein Lord of Thunder Starting Today
Kneel Before the Code Vein Lord of Thunder Starting Today
Kneel Before the Code Vein Lord of Thunder Starting Today


Kneel Before the Code Vein Lord of Thunder Starting Today
Kneel Before the Code Vein Lord of Thunder Starting Today
Kneel Before the Code Vein Lord of Thunder Starting Today


Kneel Before the Code Vein Lord of Thunder Starting Today
Kneel Before the Code Vein Lord of Thunder Starting Today
Kneel Before the Code Vein Lord of Thunder Starting Today


Kneel Before the Code Vein Lord of Thunder Starting Today
Kneel Before the Code Vein Lord of Thunder Starting Today
Kneel Before the Code Vein Lord of Thunder Starting Today


Kneel Before the Code Vein Lord of Thunder Starting Today


This is the third little bit of Code Vein DLC, with every one having the aforementioned elemental theme. The unique was the Hellfire Knight, which took folks to one thing of an inferno in January 2020. Then, the Frozen Empress took us to an icy cavern in February 2020.

Code Vein is accessible for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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