Akupara Games and Puuba have announced that new DLC content for The Metronomicon and its console counterpart, The Metronomicon: Slay The Dance Floor, has been released today. Featuring music from independent label The End, The End Records Challenge Pack is out now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
Like previously released DLC, The End Records Challenge Pack has a few new arena challenges to tackle in addition to three new songs from the record label.
The End of the world is coming. Time to dance then, no?
Let’s celebrate with our first label-specific challenge pack!
Courtesy of The End Records, three great tunes to burn into yo’ brain.
Three new tunes, three new challenges, and three new awesome pieces of gear!
Try not to miss a beat to Jutty Ranx’s “Keep It Moving”.
Your streak is the only thing keeping the powerful enemies at bay!
Then, snag a chainmail tutu to keep that streak-based power at your side!
Jam out to Findlay’s “Electric Bones” to wage a battle against your very own Pierce, that roguish rogue.
Earn an item right up his ally which forces crystals to drop from every kill.
Great for unlocking DJ Room songs faster, but also… hmmm… passives.
Finally, Jutty Ranx’s “Concentrate” piles on the debuffs with abandon.
They just won’t come off!
Why would you want that power as an upgrade?! There must be Some good use..?
The End Records Challenge Pack is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam for $1.99. Considering both versions of The Metronomicon scored high rankings in our reviews, it’s safe to say that this DLC pack is worth picking up, especially if you’re a fan of The End (the label, not the narrative plot device). Stay tuned for more news here on Gaming Trend.
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