NeverDead expansion out now

Plus all new details on Volume 2.

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Konami has today announced that new DLC for NeverDead (Expansion Pack Volume 1), is now available to download on Xbox Live and PSN.

Volume 1 includes: "all-new online experiences with a new playable character, pop-idol Nikki Summerfield, three additional challenges within the expanded Asylum level, and two new online costumes for the main character, Bryce Boltzmann."

Included in the announcement was the release date for NeverDead Expansion Pack Volume 2, which will be available from February 28. There's another new playable character in NADA Chief Sullivan, three new challenges (in the expanded Sewers level), and even more costumes for Bryce Boltzmann.

Highlights of Volume 2 include:

"New Character: There is a new character available for the online mode, Chief Sullivan of NADA. Utilize his leadership and level-headed nature while trying to keep his body from being torn limb-from-limb

Three New Gameplay Challenges - Revisit an expanded Sewers level with 3 all-new challenges:

Egg Hunt: Scour the expanded Sewers level for collectables by delivering them to designated "Score Zones." Make sure to hold on tight to your collectibles as opponents can snatch any that you drop along the way. With enemy ambush points and environmental hazards at every turn, this challenge is tricky!

Fragile Alliance: A competitive race through a number of checkpoints spread across the map. You can interrupt other players' progress by attacking each other. The increase of environmental hazards and enemy spawn points will keep you on your toes.

Onslaught: In this challenge, unlock the entire Sewers level by defeating all the enemies. Demon seals that block off areas will dissipate as you defeat enemies from the previous area, providing more controlled player movement and encounters.

Two Additional Character Costumes: Dress Bryce up in these new costumes before going back into the online fray." 


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