Clash of the Titans’ DLC plans announced


Namco Bandai has announced details about the upcoming DLC packs for their recently released 360 and PS3 action-adventure Clash of the Titans.

From now until October, the packs will be available for 160 MS Points on Live Marketplace and $1.99 on the PS Network:

“Apollo’s Challenge” Quest Pack (Available Now) features three new quests:

- Tyrant of the Swamp: Defeat Silenus in the unforgiving Miasma Swamp

- Two Headed Wolf: Brave the Djinn Desert and overpower Orthos

- Sleeping Bull of the Labyrinth: The legendary Minotaur awaits in the Medusa Temple

“Hades’ Challenge” Quest Pack (September 7, 2010) contains two new quests:

- Wild White Horse of the Underworld: Take on the War Rider in Tartaros

- Absolute Defense: Tartaros plays host to a ferocious confrontation with Feralisk

“Zeus’ Challenge” Quest Pack (September 21, 2010) features two new quests:

- Temple of the Gods: The Shrine of Olympus is where you must defeat Death Needle

- Man-eating Monster: Deadly Manticore lies in wait for you at the Shrine of Olympus

“Athena’s Request” Quest Pack (October 5, 2010) features two previously pre-order bonus quests:

- “Bird in Hand” Quest Pack: Slay the giant-winged Cockatrice to acquire the Wing of Icarus sub-weapon

- “Songs of Enchantment” Quest Pack: Defeat the succubus and beautiful siren to win the “Orpheus” sub-weapon

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Released on July 27, Clash of the Titans goes beyond the motion picture to deliver a robust action-adventure filled with epic battles and challenges. Traveling through vast landscapes from the highest mountains to the abandoned corridors of a lost temple, players will embody Perseus’ adventure from the film, and take on original new bosses in the game’s Quest mode. Players can use over 80 customizable sub-weapons as they journey solo or with a friend to complete missions and slay a roster of more than 80 different enemies including legendary villains Medusa and the sea monster known as the Kraken.

Official Site:  ClashoftheTitansGame.com

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