Koei Tecmo has recently announced the release date of the “Dragon of the North” DLC for their Dark Souls-like action RPG, Nioh.
Back in February, it was stated the DLC would be released in late April but the launch will be pushed back until May 2nd according to Japanese gaming site Gamer.ne.jp. The DLC will cost about $9.99, but for those who bought the gold edition of Nioh, which came with the season pass, this expansion will of course be free. The cost of the season pass, which is available, is currently $24.99 which includes the expansions Dragon of the North, Defiant Honor and Bloodshed’s End.
Dragon of the North will allow players a new weapon type, new scenario, new characters, new guardian spirit, new yokai enemies, and new stages. Koei Tecmo also plans to release the free PvP update for the game on the same day.
Nioh was released in February of this year exclusively for PlayStation 4.
Last modified: April 14, 2017