Bloodborne Expansion Confirmed
Sony confirms an expansion to From Software's RPG on the way; more details to be revealed "later this year."
An expansion to PlayStation 4-exclusive role-playing game Bloodborne has been confirmed by Sony. The president of Sony Computer Entertainment's World Wide Studios, Shuhei Yoshida, posted the announcement on Twitter today.
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Yoshida also confirmed that more information on the expansion would be released "later this year." GameSpot has reached out to Sony for comment and will update this story as more details become available.
Bloodborne was released on March 24 exclusively for the PlayStation 4. The game is developed by From Software, the makers of Demon's Souls and Dark Souls. It was very positively received in GameSpot's review, scored a nine out of ten. The game's sales exceeded expectations for Sony, selling more than one million copies worldwide as of early April.
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