Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty DLC 3 — Upheaval in Jingxiang Now Available; Adds Ridable Divine Beast

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty DLC 3 — Upheaval in Jingxiang Now Available; Adds Ridable Divine Beast

Koei Tecmo and Team Ninja have announced that their action-adventure game Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty has received its third DLC, Upheaval in Jingxiang.

This new story chapter will depict “Yuan Shu, fueled by his hatred of humans, secretly plans to build a world of demons. ” Additionally, players can anticipate the new Whip weapon category, a new Divine Beast, new enemies, new equipment, “a new difficulty level, a new stratagem system, and an expansion to the Thousand-Mile Journey end-game content that allows players to advance further than levels 101-1000.”

“The expansion also adds to the benefits and rewards — like Legendary Armor — that can be obtained.”

The Divine Beast is quoted below:

Chenghuang – an animal reminiscent of a white fox with horse-like legs and two appendages resembling dragon horns jutting out from its spine. Players will actually be able to ride Chenghuang into battle, attacking enemies while galloping around them. This is the first time in Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty that a human character and a Divine Beast are united in action, allowing the player to experience an unprecedented feeling of fighting together with the Divine Beast.

New stages include an abandoned waterside village, a castle, and an abandoned mine. There is also a new tree-like demon called Shuyao.

Assuming one doesn’t own the $24.99 Season Pass, the Upheaval in Jingxiang DLC can be purchased individually for $11.99.

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam.

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty follows a nameless militia soldier fighting for survival in a dark fantasy version of the Later Hand Dynasty. Demons plague the Three Kingdoms, and our hero must fight them off using swordplay based on Chinese martial arts.

The game is a joint creation by Team Ninja producers Fumihiko Yasuda (Nioh) and Masaaki Yamagiwa (Bloodborne).

The narrative follows this hero through a unique story based on the Three Kingdoms. Defeating enemies will boost morale and awaken a special power in the hero as players take on challenges using the Five Phases of battle styles. Plenty of customization is one of the primary selling points.

View our review.

In case you missed it, the game recently received a major update and a Nioh 2 collaboration.

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