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Nintendo Download: The Key to Immortality

Fenyx Rising’s latest downloadable content arrives this week, and it introduces a top-down perspective on the fantasy/mythological world.

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Rising once again

It isn’t too often that a DLC pack introduces a completely different way to play a game, but here we are. Immortals: Fenyx Rising, from Ubisoft, is an ancient Greece-inspired, third-person action adventure title, with an open-world. Or at least, it was.

The Lost Gods DLC, which arrives this week, brings with it a top-down view on the action. Not only that, but it also intro’s more of a “brawler” feel to the game. Pretty cool, honestly.

Of course, Immortals isn’t the only game to see a release on the Switch this week. There’s a ton more stuff as well, though none of it is all that high-profile. There’s MotoGP 21, if you’re a race fan, and The Skylia Prophesy looks kind of neat too, but that’s about it.

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Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch

  • Immortals Fenyx Rising – The Lost Gods – Expand your Immortals Fenyx Rising adventure with the game’s third DLC installment, The Lost Gods. Discover a new top-down gameplay experience featuring brawler-style combat and a daring new champion on an epic journey to reunite the Greek gods, including legends like Poseidon and Hades. You can also try Immortals Fenyx Rising for free with the demo available in Nintendo eShop now!

Nintendo eShop sales:

  • Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch
    • Check out Nintendo eShop for a new Indie World sale, offering discounts on select indie games for Nintendo Switch from now until April 25 at 11:59 p.m. PT. For a full list of indie games featured in the promotion, visit https://www.nintendo.com/games/sales-and-deals/.

Also new this week in Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch:

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