Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity multiplayer, DLC detailed

By Alice O'Connor, Feb 07, 2013 6:45am PST

Nintendo has teased multiplayer for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity before, but kept quiet about it until today. It'll only be local, but up to four folks can join together to crawl through dungeons, gathering items and experience that carry over to the single-player campaign. Nintendo also announced a slate of DLC, starting with a new dungeon available for free at launch.

Nintendo has planned a slate of DLC from launch on March 24 through April, including new dungeons, items, and Pokémans. It'll kick off with three paid Mystery Dungeons and one which'll be free until April 30, the Poké Forest Mystery Dungeon. More DLC will follow.

Along with the local multiplayer, Gates to Infinity will pack StreetPass features. "Players can also help out other players by tagging them using the StreetPass feature and reviving their fallen Pokémon using Reviver Seeds," Nintendo explains.

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    Nintendo has teased multiplayer for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity before, but kept quiet about it until today. It'll only be local, but up to four folks can join together to crawl through dungeons, gathering items and experience that carry over to the single-player campaign. Nintendo also announced a slate of DLC, starting with a new dungeon available for free at launch.