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Bloodborne’s The Old Hunters DLC expansion coming 24 November

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Tokyo Game Show is underway. I’m sad I can’t be there, living on ramen, sushi and the joy of all the gorgeous gameplay reveals. And those reveals really are impressive. Just check out the DLC expansion for Bloodborne that was shown off during Sony’s press conference this morning.

The Old Hunters explores the main hunters who were only hinted at in the main story of Bloodborne. Coming 24 November 2015, it seems to offer a range of new weapon and enemy times. Some of those character even look like brawlers now as they have some sort of wing/knuckle dusters to take on opponents. Plus, those new enemies are looking far more animal inspired rather than vagina inspired. Either way, it looks like the epic battles, intense gameplay and gory aesthetic will continue at the end of the year.

I’m glad the expansion is coming now. I know many people were worried that Dark Souls 3 was taking away from Hidetaka Miyazaki’s focus, but he’s proving that he’s able to direct both a new game and some impressive looking DLC all at the same time.

If you missed out on Bloodborne earlier this year, there will also be a new edition of the game with the base content and DLC all together, if you’re so inclined to buy it that way at retail. I wonder if there will be a Game of the Year edition sometime, too.

Last Updated: September 15, 2015


  1. David

    September 15, 2015 at 09:43

    Well Bloodborne took him away from Dark Souls 2, and look how that turned out. Glad Hidetaka Miyazaki is back on Dark Souls 3 and can still roll out some Cthulhu goodness.


  2. BurninZ

    September 15, 2015 at 10:23

    Ah man, i’m keen to get my hands on this! Have not jammed Bloodborne in about 3 months. Its been a very stress few 3 months time to get back into the action, and die many times.


  3. WitWolfy

    September 15, 2015 at 10:25

    Still planning on deleting the updates of this game.. Wanna duplicate the hell out of my souls this time so that I atleast have a 999 hunter.


  4. Loftus

    September 15, 2015 at 10:31

    “Plus, those new enemies are looking far more animal inspired rather than vagina inspired.” ~ Someone has seen truely nasty vajayjay. I bow down to your superior knowledge of such nastiness. hahahaha that one line really made me chuckle.


    • oVg NOT SURE IF...

      September 15, 2015 at 11:35

      No one will ever beat H.R. Giger at nasty penis fly traps 😛


  5. oVg NOT SURE IF...

    September 15, 2015 at 11:28

    Bloodborne… For some reason It just did not resonate with me. I got to level 150 yet the chopped last 3rd of MGSV makes more sense narrative wise AND ITS CHOPPED 😛

    As for that crying baby ARGHHHHHHH Will somebody change its nappies before the next blood moon. Actually, that would have been more memorable than the entire game.


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