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David Brown
Venture Back to Bloodborne with The Old Hunters
Better stock up on blood vials.
09.15.15 - 4:22 PM

During the SCEJA Press Conference early this morning, Sony announced The Old Hunters, the first expansion to the critical and commercial hit, Bloodborne.

The Old Hunters will take you deeper into Yharnam with new hunters and characters as they discover more of the history of the doomed city. It will also include new weapons, outfits, and magic that offer different strategies for players taking on new enemies. In addition, completely new areas have also been added to show players a different side of the world of Yharnam. Check out the trailer below.

The Old Hunters is set to be released internationally on November 24th. There will also release a physical edition of Bloodborne that will include The Old Hunters in Japan on December 3rd. The Old Hunters will cost $19.99 (14.99) upon release.

If you've thinking about Bloodborne, but haven't quite decided if your should put yourself through the pain, let Rob tell you what you're in for.

Sony also added to the Bloodborne talk by revealing that the game has sold more than two million copies across the world.


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