We’re still or about six or seven weeks away from the Darksiders 3’s launch, but Gunfire Games and publisher THQ Nordic are ready to talk about DLC plans.

There will be two separate DLC expansions for Darksiders III, comprising of The Crucible and Keepers of the Void.

The Crucible sounds like your bog-standard arena-based horde mode. Fury gets an invitation to a place known as the Crucible, and once she’s here she’ll have to fight off wave after wave of enemies in order to snag some exclusive gear and items.

Keepers of the Void undoubtedly sounds like the more substantial of the two, sending Fury into the Serpent Holes by order of Vulgrim, tasked with destroying an ancient threat. Each of the Serpent Holes contains puzzles and enemies to be overcoming. Work through the whole lot and Fury will unlock a new weapon and The Abyssal Armor for use in the Darksiders 3 campaign.

Pricing for the DLCs have yet to be announced, although both will be included in the Darksiders 3 Deluxe Edition, which carries a standard price of £60 versus the £45 of the base game. We'd expect each DLC to, therefore, cost £7-10 individually.

Darksiders 3 is out on November 27th for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.