Gods & Glory announced as Hollow Knight’s third free DLC; coming soon
The third and final piece of free DLC for Hollow Knight has been announced, and it's titled Gods & Glory. Here's the details on what to expect.Hollow Knight will soon turn a year old, and it's still getting content updates, good gosh! And they're all free, too! The final one in the line-up is called Gods & Glory, according to the teaser trailer released a few days ago. Have a look at it below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBxtfDAtVTY Doesn't really show off or say much, but there's a wealth of details about the DLC in the video's description. Here's what to expect:
New Character and Quest - The Godseeker arrives (and your romance options expand). Track down this disturbing yet alluring being, break her chains and aid her in an ancient duty. New Boss Fights - Hallownest's greatest warriors raise their blades. Prepare yourself for giant new boss fights against the ultimate foes. Each new battle intertwines with the Godseeker’s quest. No specifics on how that’ll happen, but it may not be as you expect! New Game Mode - Hollow Knight receives a third game mode. This ones been long requested and is a classic for the genre. Complete the Gods & Glory story to unlock the new mode. New Music - Christopher Larkin is going all out for Hollow Knight's final free pack, with new soaring boss tracks and giant remixes of some beloved classics. Glorify Charms - Prove yourself and uncover a whole new depth to your charm collection.Gods & Glory has no release date right now, but it's expected to release sometime in early 2018. It will be free for all players, so all you need to do to access it is to own Hollow Knight. The specific content of this expansion will be accessible at any point in the game. Hollow Knight is presently available on PC, Mac and Linux. A Switch version is on track to release sometime this year, but has no release date yet. It will presumably include Gods & Glory. If tough Metroidvanias are your thing, you really can't afford to miss out on the roguelike Dead Cells. While you're hopping around, also have a look at Miles & Kilo.