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Soul Sacrifice: 3 free DLC packs detailed for Western release

Tuesday, 7th May 2013 11:56 GMT By Dave Cook

Soul Sacrifice developer Comcept is giving away a string of free DLC for its PS Vita romp, alongside paid content. Details of the first three packs have been spotted in a GameStop store and have been posted online for all to see. It’s the same content which was outed back in April.

CinemaBlend has detailed the free DLC slate based on what it saw in GameStop, and it goes as follows:

May 28 will see the ‘Headless Knights and Starving Ruin Dwellers’ pack added to PSN. It adds new bosses Dullahan and Behemoth into the mix, as well as a Goliath map, Berserker magic, eight new missions, and augmented reality support.

June 11 sees the release of the ‘A Drunk and a Chef’ pack, which will add new bosses Dwarf and Ogre into the mix, along with eight additional missions.

Finally, June 25 will see the Wild Wheels and Apparition pack added on PSN, which includes new bosses Ouroboros and Wraith, another eight missions and Angelus magic.

These all seem fairly generous indeed. What do you think? Also, be sure to check out our Soul Sacrifice appraisal if you’re on the fence about it.

Thanks LegendaryBoss.

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  1. polygem

    this is awesome! i really like this game but i haven´t found the time to really dive into it yet unfortunatley…

    off topic:
    i am very late for the demons souls party and i just started playing that game. awesome game! just defeated the first two bosses and purchased the evacuation miracle. i think i´ll need that one for farming souls. i need to do that. the game is indeed tough! no souls. you´re fucked.
    game like these suck a lot of your time!

    #1 12 months ago
  2. Lengendaryboss

    And i still don’t have the game :(

    #2 12 months ago
  3. Rosseu

    The narrative of this game is so wonderful.

    #3 12 months ago
  4. jevonski

    so while I didn’t like the demo I picked the game up anyway and it’s actually quite enjoyable after getting into it, the partner system is really neat.

    #4 12 months ago