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Lords of the Fallen: Ancient Labyrinth DLC announced

Game now profitable with 200,000 copies sold.

Dark Souls-esque role-player Lords of the Fallen will receive its first expansion this winter, co-developer/publisher CI Games has revealed.

The DLC, titled Ancient Labyrinth, will launch for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and include new puzzle-based gameplay (thanks, IGN).

Around two-and-a-half hours of new content will be included, Eurogamer Poland adds, set in a giant maze full of skeletons.

Lords of the Fallen has now sold 200,000 copies and shipped a total of 700,000 units to retailers, executive producer Tomasz Gop confirmed to Eurogamer.

The game's budget of 42m Polish zloty (about £7.8m) required CI Games to ship 500,000 copies to make its money back, something it has now done.

"I just wish it wasn't so happy to sit in another game's shadow," Dan Whitehead wrote in Eurogamer's Lords of the Fallen review, referencing its similarities to Dark Souls. "Instead, it hews so closely to a proven template that it's basically a pretty good action-adventure by default."

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