Drakengard 3’s Latest DLC Features Rearranged Songs From Nier

By Sato . January 9, 2014 . 2:40am

Last month, Square Enix released downloadable content for Drakengard 3 featuring costumes for Zero, and they also announced that they would be releasing a story episode in early 2014. While we wait for the episode, they recently released (thanks, Dengeki) additional DLC with more costumes and rearranged tracks from Nier.

 

 

The “Nier Rearranged BGM Set” will be going for 200 yen, and it will feature rearranged versions of “Song of the Ancients,” “Emil,” and “Ashes of Dreams” from Nier’s soundtrack. These DLC tracks can be chosen in the stage music option in Drakengard 3.

 

Below is a look at Zero sporting outfits from Drakengard 2’s Manah and Eris. In addition to looks, the costumes grant small buffs that might come in handy.

 

 

Manah’s outfit has an effect of granting 20% extra health when using healing items.

 

 

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Eris’ costume lets you guard enemy attacks without using up stamina. Both outfits can be purchased for 300 yen each.

 

Finally, here’s a look at the baby head accessory for Mikhail that might send chills down the spines of those who’ve played the first Drakengard. While Mikhail might not appreciate having this over her head, players can get it for 100 yen in the PlayStation store.

 

Drakengard 3 will be available in the west sometime in 2014.


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