Three more DLC packs released for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates To Infinity

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity, released in Japan as Magnagate & The Infinite Labyrinth, Gates to Infinity in November 2012, recently received three new downloadable content packs.

For 150 yen, players can purchase the Pokapoka Mountain pack, which includes fire Pokémon Tepig, Flareon and more. Pokapoka Mountain also adds exclusive items such as the Twisted Headband, Pass Scarf and Friend Bow. Sweets Road, priced at 200 yen, is a dungeon where players can level and search for dessert items.

The third pack, Ultimate Desert, is meant for more experienced players. It includes 99 floors to explore and players are only allowed to bring one Pokémon at a time. Any levels the Pokémon gains will be lost upon exit. Those who best the Ultimate Desert dungeon will be awarded a special item called The Testimony of Courage.

Currently, there are 12 DLC packs available in Japan for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates To Infinity. The game is expected to release in North America on March 24. We have contacted Nintendo on whether or not the DLC will be available post launch.

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