If you live in North America and you’re one of the many PlayStation 3 gamers that have been looking forward to the release of the upcoming Trinity: Souls of Zill O’ll game next week, I think we have news that could well be of interest to you.
According to a recent article by Grant Gaines over at justpushstart.com, it appears that North American gamers won’t be seeing any DLC for the much-awaited action-RPG title. Japanese gamers have seen quite a bit of DLC now, including new places to go and missions.
However, Vincent Slaven — the Associate PR Manager of Tecmo Koei — recently revealed that they have no plans at this stage of porting the DLC to North America. Although this may well disappoint gamers slightly, the game is said to have enough content to keep them interested.
A recent article by Lorenzo Winfrey on the zoknowsgaming.com website has provided a new trailer and a few details about the upcoming game, just in case you’re unsure whether it’s your type of game or not. Trinity: Souls of Zill O’ll is arriving in stores on February 8th in North America.
As Lorenzo Winfrey notes, the game features a unique team-based system, which allows players to switch between 3 different characters — Areus (a wizard/swordsman), Dagda (a warrior) and Selene (an assassin) and interactive environments.