Lords of the Fallen Profitable, DLC Announced

Dark Souls-like RPG ships 700,000 units to retailers, while Ancient Labyrinth expansion is announced.

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Polish developer CI Games on Friday announced that its Dark Souls-like role-playing game Lords of the Fallen is now profitable, also revealing the game's first DLC: Ancient Labyrinth.

The DLC, which will be released this winter across PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, will place emphasis on puzzle-solving and exploration, as well as new enemy encounters, according to IGN. Ancient Labyrinth also brings a new zone to Lords of the Fallen, called The Library, and a magical boss called Lord, whose powers are constantly changing throughout battle.

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Also included with Ancient Labyrinth is a "demon-focused quest," as well as fresh side quests and NPCs. Brand new weapons and armor, and a "new puzzle-based mechanic," are also included.

A report from Eurogamer Poland states that Ancient Labyrinth will feature around 2.5 hours of content, and that the new location is "set in a giant maze full of skeletons."

Eurogamer's report also reveals that Lords of the Fallen has now sold 200,000 copies of a total of 700,000 shipped to retailers. The game had a budget of around 42 million Polish zloty (about $12.4 million), which would be recouped if the game shipped 500,000 copies, a number it has exceeded.

For more on Lords of the Fallen--which recently received a major patch on PC--check out GameSpot's review and what other critics are saying.

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