NHL 15 is going to be available to download on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, PlayStation 3, and Wii U this fall.
Microsoft announced the DLC at its Gamescom 2017 press conference on Thursday.
The new edition will include the first season of the series, plus six new features, according to a post on the game’s official blog.
First, we’ll be introducing the Season Pass, which will offer the opportunity to purchase Season Pass DLC packs that contain new content for the upcoming season.
The Season Pass will be available for $19.99.
The Season Pass packs will include a new season-themed pack, a new weapon for each of the four teams in the league, and new Season Pass achievements and achievements.
The packs will also include three new costumes for each team.
Season Pass content includes a new character, new season themed costume, new weapon, new achievement and achievement icon, and the SeasonPass emblem.
Season Pass content will also be available via Steam.
The content is scheduled to be released at a later date.
Second, we’re introducing a new skill-based player progression system that will allow players to build and unlock a custom playstyle for each player in their roster.
Players can select from a set of six customizations, and can unlock all six by earning the Season pass and completing their roster with a team.
The customization system will also allow players access to custom gameplay modes that are exclusive to the Season 2 game mode, such as a new, customizable team’s “Team Attack.”
The skills unlocked through the custom playstyles are based on individual skill levels and can be used by both players and teams.
Players can also unlock skills that can be learned during a match, such a team’s ability to pass the puck.
Third, we’ve added a new “Dusk” mode that’s meant to be the best mode for competitive play.
Players in “Damp” mode can choose to have a different roster each time they play the game.
The new mode is scheduled for release in September, according the blog post.
We’re also introducing new customization options for teams, including custom rosters, customization items, and customizable stats.
The first six DLC packs will be free to download for the first year of access, and will be offered on Steam.
For a complete list of the game, check out this blog post from Microsoft.