Bandai Namco Games announced launch details for Dark Souls III's release in the west. The next entry in From Software's series hits PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in the Americas and Europe on April 12, 2016. More after the jump.
Bandai Namco released some new screenshots and art for Dark Souls III. The former highlights some of the multiplayer systems, while the art focuses on the Academy Assassin and Herald of White character builds, both of which can use powerful miracles and magic spells. Hit the jump for more.
Dark Souls III launches in Japan on March 24, and now we know when to expect it in the west. The next entry, which has Demon's Souls, Dark Souls, and Bloodborne director Hidetaka Miyazaki back at the helm, hits PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in the Americas, Europe, and Australia in April 2016. More after the jump.
A Dark Souls fan in Japan took his love of FromSoftware's series to the next level, spending eight months crafting his very own Astora Elite Knight armor set from Dark Souls II. See the process, from turning household items into armor to doing very convincing gestures from the game, after the jump.
If you're a fan of From Software's Souls series, the new Dark Souls III gameplay reveal trailer that debuted at Gamescom today will both make your day and make you want to swear off watching any more footage. See how it's shaping up after the jump.
Leaks have been floating around for the past week or so, but Dark Souls III is now officially a thing. It's coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in early 2016, and you can see the trailer that debuted during Microsoft's E3 2015 press conference after the jump.
A cosplayer depicting Undead Prince Ricard from FromSoftware's Dark Souls action / RPG video game took the grand prize at the Nippon Photo Cosplay Contest at St. Fest. 2015. Hit the jump to see the winning entry and more.
Bandai Namco Games is previewing more of the updated Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin with a new gameplay video. The latest look at the upcoming version highlights new enemy placement and more after the jump.
IGN has another new video up for Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin, this time comparing the visuals of the PC and PlayStation 3 versions with the upcoming PlayStation 4 release. The latter will sport upgraded lighting, textures, and more, and will be presented in 1080p at 60 frames per second. Hit the jump for more.
Dark Souls II fans looking for some upgraded action can dig into Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin when it arrives shortly after From Software's Bloodborne. Announced last November, the new version offers up improved visuals, more players in multiplayer, an expanded story, the three post-release DLC packs, and more. You can see the latest preview in the Forlorn Hope trailer after the jump.