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Return to Castlevania gets a surprise reveal

return to castlevania the game dlc gets a surprise reveal for dead dells on linux mac windows pc

Return to Castlevania the game DLC gets a surprise reveal for Dead Cells on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Which is again due to the continuous work of Motion Twin and Evil Empire. Due to make its way onto both Steam and GOG.

Motion Twin and Evil Empire now reveal a secret in a brand-new trailer. Getting ready for the upcoming Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania DLC. The latest – and also the largest – DLC for Dead Cells to date. The new gameplay trailer takes fans on a tour of what to expect when the update hits Linux, Mac, and Windows PC next month on March 6. While showing off a very special guest via a unique mode that will be featured in the DLC.

Available only in a secret level located somewhere deep in the unwavering dark of Dracula’s castle. Players will be able to play Richter Mode. Due to let them control the age old Castlevania hero. Doing so for a nostalgia trip that hits harder than the Vampire Killer. Use Richter’s classic moveset inspired by Castlevania: Symphony of the Night and whip the undead out of shape.

The new Return to Castlevania reveal trailer shows off this mode in action. Complete with jumping whip attacks and other classic abilities coming right from the Castlevania franchise. For bonus nostalgia points, players will even have to destroy candles and collect hearts. Since these are ammunition for some weapons. With a boss fight against Medusa and a bevy of enemies to slay. Yes, you’ll be glad you scoured every inch of Castle Dracula.

Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania DLC – Final Teaser

The game trailer also includes a more in-depth look at the ways players will be able to slay. Doing so as The Beheaded throughout Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania. Showing off the Vampire Killer, Throwing Axe, and more in action. The animated skeletons and living suits of armor shambling through the castle’s halls don’t stand a chance. Eagle-eyed players – as well as hardcore Castlevania fans – may also recognize some familiar set pieces. These are available throughout the expansion. Be sure not to leave an inch of the castle unexplored.

Whether you’re filling the shoes of Richter or using his and Alucard’s weapons as The Beheaded. Dracula and his old pal Death won’t know what’s coming to them when Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania launches on March 6th. Due to arrive on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Plus the base game is also Steam Deck Verified. So be sure to Wishlist on both Steam and GOG.

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