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Immortals Fenyx Rising Reveals 3 DLC Expansions, Features Chinese Mythology

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Immortals Fenyx Rising launches in a few short weeks, and Ubisoft has already laid out post-launch DLC expansion plans. The publisher teased some of the content coming to its mythology-driven open-world game on its website, saying free in-game events, weekly challenges, and daily quests will arrive alongside a bonus quest and a total of three DLC episodes that can be accessed via a season pass. Each content pack includes unique elements, with one pack coming with a new story that introduces Chinese mythology.

The first Immortals Fenyx Rising DLC is titled A New God and takes players to “Olympos” to take on the Trial of the Olympians. The second, called Myths of the Eastern Realm, mixes in Chinese mythology and follows Ku, who is said to have their own unique fighting style and new monsters to battle. The final DLC is called The Lost Gods and comes with a new hero named Ash and the new, top-down brawler combat they enjoy.

Ubisoft’s Immortals Fenyx Rising originally went by the name Gods & Monsters. The open-world mythology game was renamed earlier this year, with first word of the new title coming in August.

Immortals Fenyx Rising launches on Dec. 3 for Amazon Luna, Google Stadia, Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.

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