Come Back To Lordran With Dark Souls: Artorias Of The Abyss

By Spencer . October 23, 2012 . 7:03pm

imageFrom Software and Namco Bandai released the Dark Souls: Artorias of the Abyss downloadable content pack. Players will visit new areas like the Royal Wood and Oolacile Township and clash with new monsters like the Chained Prisoner and Stone Knight.


Dark Souls: Artorias of the Abyss has new loot to collect and bosses to face including the Black Dragon, Sanctuary Guardian, and Artorias of the Abyss. The game also has a player vs. player arena and online matching making system.


Dark Souls: Artorias of the Abyss is available now for 1,200 Microsoft Points ($15) on Xbox Live or $14.99 on PlayStation Network.

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  • Bloodios

    I sure hope with this latest update, all the glitches and exploits are going to be gone for good.

    • forest hunters A.I. is still not fixed, they fall into the pit like idiots even in 1.06

  • pinta_177

    yeah no more ninja flipping havel douchebags!, on a side note, will this get a physical version with all included?

    • Godman

      From what I’ve seen Yes. :)

      There’s going to be a physical copy with all the patches and the DLC included

      • pinta_177

         really? awesome!, do you know when?

        •  Japan got one, at least. No idea about the rest.

        • SirRichard

          The UK is getting one called the Prepare To Die Edition this Friday on consoles, presumably to match the title of the PC release, and in a nice move it’s £20 new as opposed to the full retail £40. Presumably, other Western territories are getting it around the same time.

  • Andrew Tarter

    I was pretty shocked that the download was 100kb!  Is this the longest a publisher has sat on on-disc DLC??

    • Bloodios

      It’s just a key to unlock for the actual DLC which was included in the latest update/patch.

    • midgard229

      dude, the patch was over 300 mb’s, it was obviously in the update lol


    Tis a shame that North America was not bestowed a physical release as was the case for Europe and Japan.

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