‘A New God’ DLC Released for Immortals Fenyx Rising

The first major piece of post-launch downloadable content for Immortals Fenyx Rising since arriving on store shelves in November, Ubisoft has released the ‘A New God’ DLC content worldwide across all supported platforms.

About Immortals Fenyx Rising: A New God

Immortals Fenyx Rising: A New God tasks Fenyx with overcoming the Trials of the Olympians to take their rightful place in the inner circle of the Greek pantheon. A New God will allow players to explore Olympos Palace and interact with new gameplay mechanics as they traverse challenging trials built by the gods. Along the way, players will unlock a fresh gear set with godly perks, such as letting you perform additional jumps.

Acquiring the DLC will also make four ability upgrades available to Fenyx during playthrough:

  • Immortal Field Breaker, Athena’s Dash upgrade: Players can pass through the Immortal Fields and deal more damage while dashing.
  • Colossal Strength, Herakles’ Strength upgrade: Players can manipulate colossal objects and deal more damage when throwing objects.
  • Wind Gust, Ares’s Wrath upgrade: Charging Fenyx’s uppercut creates an air stream for a few seconds, so players rise higher while delivering the blow.
  • Phosphoros’ Swap: Players can swap positions with a decoy for one chunk of stamina.

Immortals Fenyx Rising: A New God requires either a physical and downloadable version of the base game to play, and will be available through a season pass purchase containing all three planned DLC packs, or as a standalone release.

Demo for Immortals Fenyx Rising Goes Live

Never played Immortals Fenyx Rising: A New God before? From today, you can log into the respective digital distribution platform for the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 or PC and download a demo copy of the action-adventure game.

The Immortals Fenyx Rising free demo sends Fenyx on an quest to discover the mysterious secret of the cyclops. Set in an archipelago built exclusively for the demo and inspired by Aphrodite’s region of the game, the demo features a mix of combat, exploration and puzzles designed to get players primed for the full experience.

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