Castlevania Lords of Shadow 2 Revelations DLC incoming ?

Despite the poor review scores and controversial attention the game has received, it seems the story of Lords of Shadow 2 may not be over quite yet.

Several gamers have gone through the back door of the PC version of  Castlevania Lords of Shadow 2 and found an option to play ‘Revelations’ underneath the additional content tab.

What’s more, there’s a description of the content in some of the in-game files.

Play as Alucard and reveal a whole new aspect of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2. Uncover new plotlines and discover the true extent of Alucard’s involvement!

Play as Alucard in this extensive add on for Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2. The immersive story is expanded further as new branches of the plot are uncovered, along with rich new environments and challenging puzzles. Fight creatures of darkness and discover the true extent of Alucard’s involvement in Dracula’s story, his deal with death and his fight against Satan. Experience a whole new aspect of the thrilling conclusion to the ‘Lords of Shadow’ saga, including some enlightening revelations!

Playing as Alucard opens up some exciting new possibilities for the story and obviously takes the focus directly away from Gabriel Belmont and Dracula. While Alucard is mentioned and plays a role in the game, this ‘Revelations’ content will naturally help tie up some of the loose ends that remain unanswered from the main campaign.

Of course, nothing has been officially announced yet, and a lot will almost certainly hinge on how well the game sells over the next few weeks, but it definitely seems like Konami and Mercurysteam are cooking up a little something extra for fans of the series.

You can read our thoughts on Castlevania Lords of Shadow 2 right here.

Did you enjoy your time with the game? Would you want to play as Alucard and play through Castlevania Lords of Shadow 2 Revelations DLC?

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