Bloodborne Game of the Year Edition Announced
Complete package will be available at the same time as The Old Hunters expansion.
Bloodborne Game of the Year Edition will be available from November 25, 2015 exclusively on PlayStation 4, Sony has announced. The package will contain the original game, along with the upcoming expansion, The Old Hunters.
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As revealed during Tokyo Game Show, The Old Hunters tells the story of the "legendary hunters" referenced in the main game and is set in a "nightmare world where hunters from the past are trapped forever."
The expansion will introduce "new environments, outfits, and weapons." Ludwig, a prominent character in the game's lore, has been confirmed as one of the expansion's new bosses.
"With new story details, learn the tale of hunters who once made Yharnam their hunting grounds, meet new NPCs, and discover another side of the history and world of Bloodborne," Sony previously said, teasing the expansion's story.
On its own, The Old Hunters will be available on November 24. It will cost $19.99 / €14.99 / £11.99. A price for the Game of The Year Edition has not yet been specified.
Sony has said there are no plans to launch more DLC for Bloodborne after the release of The Old Hunters. Although, it originally planned two DLC expansions, it was later decided to wrap them into one.
GameSpot's Bloodborne review scored the game a 9/10: "In death there is life, and in blood, there is redemption," wrote reviewer Kevin VanOrd. "More hyperbole, yes, but for a game this theatrical, only hyperbole will do."
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