RPG News Weekly Round Up – December 10th, 2017

Happy weekend from Fextralife! If you’ve been too busy to keep up on the latest in the games we cover or are looking for a refresher, we’ve got your back. Let’s take a look at the comings and goings across the Fextralife Wiki Network. Check out the video above and read on for the text!


Over the past week, the folks over at YouTube channel Sanadsk,  dug deep into Bloodborne’s  files using specialized software and uncovered a wealth of never-before-seen content from the game. Some assets include unused enemies and bosses such as a twin headed Smouldering demon, color variants of what looks to be a fully furred Cleric Beats as well as some cut NPCs. Some speculate these to be parts of a DLC that was never realized. What are your thoughts? You can check out them out in full, over at the blog.

Furthermore, a set of new images finally gives us a good look at the previously announced Bloodborne  comic book tie-in that’s dubbed, “The Death of Sleep”. These latest pictures feature a variety of covers and two pages filled with comic panels. Which presents us with gruesome action throughout the streets of Yharnam. Have a look yourself right in the blog.

And lastly, From Software revealed a cryptic, short and sweet, trailer at the Gaming Awards 2017. In the video is some sort of winch device followed by the quote “Shadows die twice.” Could this be Bloodborne 2? Hold on to your Trick Weapons, because we may get an answer to that very soon!

Monster Hunter: World

Capcom kicked off their highly-anticipated Beta for their Monster Hunter: World action-RPG on the PlayStation 4 . Should you be a lucky owner of the console, go grab it now as you only have up until the 12th of December to slay and carve to your hearts content. But do note that you’ll need to have an active PlayStation Plus subscription as well. The Beta lets hunters try out three quests that involves hunting three monsters across two of the game’s regions. Much more information on the game and its on-going Beta can be found in its Fextralife wiki and on the blog.

One more thing though, the Fextralife Monster Hunter: World  wiki is hosting a giveaway on a limited PlayStation 4 Pro “Rathalos Edition” that comes with a full copy of the game. This may be one of your only chances to get one, as word on the street is they are now sold out everywhere. You can also win one of 5 copies of Monster Hunter World on the platform of your choosing. Details on the giveaway and such can be found on the Monster Hunter: World  wiki.

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Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption

The much-anticipated Souls-like action-RPG, Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption  from indie studio Dark Star, finally gets a release date that’s announced in a new trailer. And for those not in the know, the game has players take the role of Adam, who is a relic from a forgotten kingdom and is branded with a heavy sin. Desperate for redemption, Adam will have to face a series of perilous trials. This full-on Boss Rush mode game will be published by developers: Another Indie and looks to be a promising one. You can check out its full details and brand-new trailer on the blog.

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The Surge

The much-awaited “A Walk in the Park” DLC and The Surge: Complete Edition  are now available for purchase on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Developed by Deck13 Interactive and published by Focus Home Interactive, A Walk in the Park is the first major add-on content for The Surge  action-RPG. It brings players to the wonderland known as the CREO World amusement park. There, they’ll be greeted with new enemy types such as lethal Mascots, deranged A.I. and workers. As well as a slew of 16 new pieces of equipment to augment and upgrade themselves with. The release came with a new trailer that you should check out in the blog.



Atlus revealed that sales for their popular JRPG, Persona 5,  has exceeded 2 million copies sold, worldwide. That’s over 2 million hearts stolen! And to mark this achievement, President and CEO of Atlus USA Naoto Hiraoka, stated in a press release: “This has been an incredible year for our company, one that represents our ambitions for Japanese games in the west”. Furthermore, in celebration of this milestone, a well-known character designer of the Persona franchise, drew up and shared an awesome piece of artwork, which you can check out along with the complete press release in the blog.

Seven: The Days Long Gone

Fool’s Theory and IMGN.PRO’s 3D isometric-RPG, Seven: The Days Long Gone,  is now out and about in the world. The game is more than your standard entry into the genre as it takes heavy inspiration from Thief,  a cult-classic stealth game. It introduces its own unique parkour-esque traversal system that lets you climb, run and jump your way around the post-apocalyptic world of Peh. If you’d like to learn more, we have a full review on Seven  that’s ready for you on the blog.


Darkest Dungeon

The good folks over at Red Hook Studios continue to pour their hearts on the their beloved turn-based RPG, Darkest Dungeon,  with the latest upcoming DLC called, “The Color of Madness”. Not a lot is known about this expansion at the moment except for “Aliens” and the developer has promised that more details will be revealed later this coming year. This add-on marks the third piece of content for Darkest Dungeon,  with the last one being “The Shieldbreaker”, which launched in October of this year. There’s some haunting key art of The Color of Madness that you should check out over on blog.



Newly formed game studio Experiment 101 recently sat down in an interview and discussed several aspects of BioMutant,  their upcoming post-apocalyptic action-RPG, revealing a plethora of details on its open-world features, gameplay and such. The talk also touched on BioMutant‘s  influences, with its studio head, describing a mishmash of both Western and Asian mythology and media as its sources. Such as “Kung Fu Panda, Ratchet & Clank, Devil May Cry, and other open world games like Breath of the Wild.”  The discussion also delved into BioMutant’s  story, weapons and tribes even. And apart from that, there are new 4K screenshots of the game waiting for you here on the blog.


Dragon’s Crown

The gorgeous Dragon’s Crown Pro  brawler RPG, has just been confirmed by Atlus to be making a Western release sometime next year for the PlayStation 4. This upcoming game is a remaster of the 2013 hit Dragon’s Crown,  a 2D side-scrolling RPG set in a medieval realm imbued with fantasy. It showcased the signature art direction of Vanillaware, its developer, resulting in beautifully crafted environments, and sprites on characters and enemies. The PS4 version boasts a number of features which you can check out, along with its announcement trailer at the blog.


Citadel: Forged with Fire

Candadian based indie developer Blue Isle Studios, has released their first major add-on called “The Forsaken Crypt” for their Citadel: Forged With Fire  online sandbox RPG. The latest expansion is now available for download and is quite the massive one as it includes three large Citadels for players to explore, with each one featuring an area-specific Armor set and a host of adversaries to face as well. The game can be described as Harry Pottor meets Skyrim and you can learn more about why and the The Forsaken Crypt’s specifies, in addition to its trailer, over at the blog.

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And for our final piece of news, Valve announced that purchasing games with Bitcoin on their Steam platform will soon come to an end, as the company is planning to cease support for the cryptocurrency due to its “high fees and volatility”, especially in light of recent surges in its value. Which has been causing headaches for Valve due to “a significant increase in the fees to process transactions on the Bitcoin network”.  Are you perhaps one of the people using this service? If you’re concerned, you can find the complete story over at the blog.


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