First CODE VEIN DLC Hellfire Knight appears on the Microsoft Store, releases tomorrow

By Sean Carey,
Our scanners have picked up the first CODE VEIN DLC, which according to the Microsoft Store, releases tomorrow, January 29. Code Vein Hellfire Knight is the first of three DLCs coming this year.


In November, Bandai Namco announced that three DLCs would be coming in early 2020 and that players could expect new bosses, weapons, blood codes and more. Apart from that, not much else has been said regarding the expansions, other than the most recent 1.30 update mentioning that support had been added for CODE VEIN: Hellfire Knight.

CODE VEIN HELLFIRE KNIGHT DLC

At the moment, we don't have much to go on (Bandai Namco are yet to say anything official on what the DLC entails) other than the store listing which says, "New powerful foes await in the first CODE VEIN DLC, Hellfire Knight. In addition to new weapons, Blood Veils, and blood codes being added, alternate costumes for your partners are now obtainable from newly added areas in the Depths."

CODE VEIN Hellfire Knight
CODE VEIN Hellfire Knight

New powerful foes await in the first CODE VEIN DLC, Hellfire Knight. In addition to new weapons, Blood Veils, and blood codes being added, alternate costumes for your partners are now obtainable from newly added areas in the Depths.


Players who have already purchased the CODE VEIN Season Pass will be able to download Hellfire Knight for free. Currently, we only have the Australian Microsoft Store listing for the DLC which is retailing out at AU$14.95 (about USD 10).

CODE VEIN Season Pass
CODE VEIN Season Pass

The CODE VEIN Season Pass includes DLC packs that feature new bosses, weapons, character creation content and more. Season Pass Bonus: Alternate Mia Set


Unfortunately, it looks like no new achievements have been added either.
Sean Carey
Written by Sean Carey
Hey everyone! I'm Sean. I have been writing gaming content for various outlets over the past few years while studying a degree in Journalism. I grew up on everything PlayStation — mainly Metal Gear Solid, with a brief foray into the world of Xbox. Nowadays, you'll find me mainly playing multiplayer PC games, but with the recent addition of the Xbox Game Pass for PC, I'm looking forward to improving my TA Score.