Final Batch of Drakengard 3 DLC Releases Today

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Drakengard 3 - Square Enix | oprainfall

Square Enix has announced via press release that the final batch of Drakengard 3 DLC will be hitting PSN today. This includes many weapons and garbs, some of these were once exclusive to the limited /collectors editions. There is also One’s Prologue and some themes to choose from.

Here is a  list of some of items included in this batch: Zero’s Garb Variety Pack ($2.99), Caim’s Garb ($2.99), Beautiful Child ($0.99), Nier’s Garb ($2.99), Kainé’s Garb ($2.99), One’s prologue ($5,99), and a few themes ($0.99 each).

Being a fan of the previous  Drakengard titles and Nier, I will likely be picking up a lot of this content on PlayStation Store today. Let us know in the comments if you’ll be doing the same.

Another interesting thing to note is for those who missed on the collectors edition the first time around. Square Enix put a few back in their store for E3 and they still have some available.

SOURCE: Press Email

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