Gamers can get new areas to explore and harder challenges
Video game developer and publisher Nintendo is delivering more downloadable content for Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity on the Japanese market.Siliconera reports on the content of each of the packs:
Papoka Mountain – the content focuses on fire Pokemons like Flareon and Tepig and introduces new items that are not part of the core game;
Sweets Road – a new dungeon which includes items that can be then consumed in order to gain experience;
Ultimate Desert – a dungeon that includes 99 floors and allows the player to take just one Pokemon with him at a time, which will start off at level 5, with the ultimate prize being a new Testimony of Courage badge.
There are 12 DLC packs for Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity in Japan, but it is unclear whether Nintendo also plans to deliver them in the West when the game launches in March.