Dark Souls 2′s new ‘Cursed’ trailer is suitably dark, soulful

Dark Souls 2

By on January 15, 2014 at 3:07 pm

Namco Bandai and From Software have released a new trailer for Dark Souls 2, which is only a few short months away now (sometime around March).

The PC release date hasn’t been nailed down, but Namco Bandai are promising something “shortly after the console release”, so hopefully we won’t have to wait too long.

Check it out here:

Source: Thanks, Bajo

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looking good! I played dark souls on ps3 but never got the expansion, did they fix the framerate dropping issues in it or was it still really bad? Not sure what platform to get this on as I really enjoyed the first on console but the fps problems really annoyed me and I heard the PC version was much better (albeit with mods)

 

I’ve been playing the PC version of Dark Souls and it’s been playing really well. (with mods of course) Most of the game feels like the console version. (I have the XB360 version as well) I’m finding the extra content difficult, but then I’m not exactly the Dark Souls master or anything. Once I finish that I’ll probably go back and consider finishing off any bosses I missed and then take on Gwynn and finally finish the game for the VERY FIRST TIME!

At any rate really looking forward to this. I can’t wait to see what they’ve done with it. And die over and over again.

 

Video saying that it is set to Private

 
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