"This is the biggest update that we've had since launch," said Gungho America's Tyler Inouye on aPlayStation livestreamfrom E3.
Since the game is free-to-play, the new stages won't cost anything to access, though they will be extra challenging, so you may find yourself purchasing some Death Metals (i.e. continues) should you set out to conquer them.
The impending update will also add new weapons, like a drill arm that rotates enemies' cadavers as you impale them with it.
Arguably, the most entertaining part of this stream is watching Gungho CEO Kazuki Morishita, dressed as Let it Die mascot Uncle Death, goofing around with the game's director Hideyuki Shin. I have met these menand they really are that ridiculous.