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Schedule for Dante's Inferno DLC revealed

Feb 09 // Nick Chester

When it comes to downloadable content and Dante's Inferno, Visceral and Electronic Arts aren't messing around. In fact, according to a slip that shipped inside the retail game box, they've got it planned through at least through April.

February
Soul Packs
Poet Costume
Animated Feature Film Costume

March
Prequel Level

April
New In-Game Abilities
Trials of St. Lucia

The prequel level refers to the "Dark Forest," which PlayStation 3 owners can get for free (via a redeemable code found inside the game box). According to the description, it "includes a new costume, relic, and prequel level featuring two new enemies, an expanded storyline, and more than 30 minutes of new gameplay!"

"Trials of St. Lucia" is the biggie, though -- a full challenge mode expansion that will allow players to not only design their own challenges, but to fight through them with a second player who will control a second player, the female St. Lucia. Created levels can also be shared and download.

Dante's Inferno is out today, and if you're curious as to how it is, be sure to check out our review.

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