Paradox has decided to give PC adventure game Penumbra: Black Plague an expansion.

Dubbed Requiem, it will be put together by series developer Frictional Games and be out this June on digital distribution site GamersGate.

"After the launch of Penumbra: Black Plague we realised that we still had some unfinished ideas for features and storyline that we wanted to implement. An expansion like this will be the perfect end to a series that has given both us and the players so much," said Jens Nilsson, boss at Frictional Games.

Black Plague was actually rather good. If you had read our review you would know it was "marvellously creepy" and that the good outweighed the bad in an "intriguingly dark adventure tale".

Pop over to our Penumbra: Black Plague review to get caught up.

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