17w ago - Sony Producer Kumi Yuasa announced today that Soul Sacrifice on PS Vita gets eight free quests and new boss DLC.
To quote: Hello everyone!
I hope you've been enjoying the free Soul Sacrifice episode "Heretic Savior," and the new map "Luna Wastes," that we released on July 23rd via patch 1.20!
If you haven't downloaded that content yet, please update your game to version 1.20 from the LiveArea.
There's no need to download unlock keys from PlayStation Store to start playing this episode. After installing the update, simply go to Read Journal > Mad Chronicle > Inside Avalon > Fellow Sorcerers > Heretic Savior to play the episode. Download now and find out more about the secret society "Sanctuarium," and its member "Sympatha!"
But we're excited to announce that there will be eight more quests and two new boss characters - "Cat Sith" and "Beelzebub" - added today! For this content, be sure to download the free unlock key after the PlayStation Store updates to play these quests.
To access them, go to Mad Chronicle > Inside Avalon > Avalon Pacts > Forgotten Pact > Hour of Cypress. Game progress to a certain point may be required.
27w ago - Sony Producer Kumi Yuasa announced that Free Soul Sacrifice DLC launches on PlayStation Vita this week.
Below are the details, to quote: Hello everyone! I hope you've been enjoying Soul Sacrifice.
Tomorrow we're releasing the first major update for Soul Sacrifice. Everything will be free, so don't forget to update your game to version 1.10 from LiveArea and then visit PlayStation Store to download unlock keys for free!
Eight new quests will be added upon using the unlock key. To play the quests, go to Mad Chronicle > Inside Avalon > Avalon Pacts > Forgotten Pact > Hour of Amber (game progress required).
In these new quests, you will see two new boss characters called Dullahan and Behemoth and a new map called Caverns of Goliath.
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