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Bandai Namco has announced the first wave of DLC for Dark Souls II, the Lost Crowns Trilogy. The DLC will be released in three parts, once a month, for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. The episodes will retail for $9.99 each or $24.99 for all three.
Story details have yet to be revealed, but it would appear they revolve around the Kings of the realms surrounding Drangleic, presumably Heide, and possibly Forossa, Lindelt, or one of the other mentioned locations.
- The Crown of the Sunken King - July 22, 2014 (July 23rd on PS3)
- The Crown of the Old Iron King - August 26, 2014
- The Crown of the Ivory King - September 24, 2014
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Greetings Dark Souls Community,
Wikia is excited to announce our E3 2014 coverage. All week long, Wikia and several Wikia Stars will be representing you the fans at the most exciting video game show in the world. We want to include you every step of the way, starting with bringing your fan questions to the show along with us. What are you excited to see most at E3? If we get a chance to speak to the developers and publishers of your favorite games, what do you want us to ask them? We can't promise we will be able to ask all of your questions, but we will do our best to get you heard by the creators themselves. Let us know your questions in the comments below and be sure to let us know what you want to see most at this year's E3.
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Screenshots from an allegedly new From Software game with the working titled Project Beast have emerged, and they appear to indicate a new game on the horizon for the Souls series.
While nothing has been confirmed yet, with E3 right around the corner and former series director Hidetaka Miyazaki having been rumored to be working on a secret project at From for some time, the timing checks out. Project Beast would also explain Miyazaki's absence as director on Dark Souls II. The game is rumored to be a next-gen release, which would justify its reveal so close to Dark Souls II.
Do you guys think these screens are legit? If so, What do you hope to see from a new Souls game?
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The sequel to From Software's masterful Dark Souls has finally arrived! At least it has for consoles, sorry PC players, April 25th can't come soon enough! Most of the major reviews are in and we've gathered them together for easy comparison. Some fans have been worried the game will sacrifice its trademark difficulty for more mainstream appeal, but is it true?
Check out the critical response below, and let us know what you think in the comments!
Dark Souls II has received no average reviews yet.
Dark Souls II has received no negative reviews yet.
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Over the last 2+ years Dark Souls has cemented itself as one of the watershed games of its generation, generating some of the most passionate and die-hard fans imaginable. With its notorious difficulty, eerie visual design, and unique feel, it's really unlike any other game out there. Not many games can stay relevant long after their release window, but people are still talking about, and playing, Dark Souls years after its release.
Dark Souls II is set to arrive one month from now, and to say the anticipation is high is a gross understatement. With an increased focus on the game's integrated PVP multiplayer, and a whole new realm full of danger to explore, it's time to prepare to die all over again.
The Player - You play as a lone, wanderin…
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