Aragami: Shadow Edition & Aragami: Nightfall Expansion Available Now

Aragami: Nightfall

Developer Lince Works announced that Aragami: Shadow Edition and a new story expansion, Aragami: Nightfall, is out now for PC, PlayStation 4 and debuting on Xbox One.

Aragami: Shadow Edition is a special, digital-only bundle that includes:

  • Aragami base game
  • The new Aragami: Nightfall expansion
  • Assassins Mask DLC

The bundle is available for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One through the respective digital stores. Pricing is as follows:

Aragami $19.99 / 19,99€ / £14.99
Aragami: Nightfall Expansion $9.99 / 9,99€ / £7.99
Aragami: Shadow Edition $24.99 / 24,99€ / £19.99

More details and trailers about the base game and new expansion follow below.

About Aragami

Aragami is a 3rd-person action-stealth game that casts you as an undead assassin with the power to control the shadows. Teleport to any shadow, become invisible, materialize weapons or even summon a shadow dragon to infiltrate the enemy ranks and dispose of your targets.

The game is heavily inspired by old-school stealth games like Tenchu and Metal Gear Solid, and more recent games like Mark of the Ninja and Dishonored. Use your powers to play as a Ghost, remaining undetected and get to your target without a whisper. Or you can play a total Demon, slaying everyone in your path and using your powers to wreak havoc on those who would stand against you.

In case you missed it originally here’s the trailer for the base game as an announcement trailer for the new bundle:

About Aragami: Nightfall

Aragami: Nightfall is a 4-chapter prequel that takes place right before the events of the base game and fills in some key narrative points left open in the original game. The expansion includes two new playable characters, all-new deadly shadow powers, and an expanded storyline that can all be played in single player or cross-platform online co-op.

If you need more convincing check out the new trailer below:

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Scott is a comic book, music and gaming nerd since the late 70s. Gaming all began on the Colecovision and Atari 2600. He buys and reads new comics every Wednesday from his LCBS and helps run an online Heavy Metal radio station.

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