It’s supposedly From Software’s last take on the franchise, with creator Hidetaka Miyazaki looking to move on to something new soon.And it shows in the game’s launch trailer, which exudes the idea of the series coming full circle with its third entry.
As fires fade and the world falls into ruin, developer FROM SOFTWARE and director Hidetaka Miyazaki continue their critically-acclaimed and genre-defining series with Dark Souls III.Now only embers remain…
Yes, we’re giving away Dark Souls III – but not just any copy of Dark Souls III.
Naturally, there’s a few endings to explore, ones that’ll have you either praising the sun or succumbing to the dark below.The spoiler boss, deadliest of all Dark Souls III fiends.
My PC's spec are on par with Dark Souls III minimum requirements.I'm a college student, I can't afford to upgrade.
They’ve got sandbox elements within them, except that they’re massively tempered in favour of an actual story that spins a tale over several hour.Dealing with the black gangs of America during the 1960s, it’s a game that is unapologetically charged with the rampant racism of the South that permeated that era as players assume the role of Lincon Clay.
A new "regulation update" for Dark Souls III (a patch by any other name) has released today on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox 360.Much like the game's own lore, the Steam notes are fairly cryptic, though it doesn't seem to include much other than a couple of minor bug fixes and some balance tweaks:
Dark Souls III has been mercilessly slaughtering an uncountable number of players over the past couple of weeks, but based on the latest round of reviews, people seem to enjoy such a fate.Forbes gives it a 10/10:
The Verge doesn't score it: