News Dark Souls 3 About Game [Release Date]
Dark Souls 3 About Game
Dark Souls 3 is an upcoming adventure game developed by FROM Software and presented by Bandai Namco. Dark Souls 3 concludes the Dark Souls trilogy, bringing players back into the haunted landscapes and supreme challenges associated with the series.
Dark Souls 3 is a rumored upcoming sequel to Dark Souls II. Dark Souls 3 is reportedly slated to be revealed at E3 2015. A number of pieces of concept art and rumored details recently leaked providing some details into the likely setting and story. Below, we’ve collected everything we know from these leaks and rumors into one place.
Multiplayer mechanics will reportedly change significantly. Players will nowreportedly utilize fallen bodies in sacrificial ceremonies allowing traversal between player worlds.These sacrifices may have other mechanical effects as well. Rumors indicate that sacrifices may allow players to alter Bonfire locations. This effect may also influence a morality system altering the world state.
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Here are some other random things I noticed during the demo:
- Players will discover small gravestones hidden throughout the world. Players can “offer flame” to those stones, letting them to read the epitaph chiseled upon them. Those inscriptions will offer hints about the story.
- The torch from Dark Souls 2 returns. In Dark Souls 3, however, players can not only equip it to light up an area, they can also raise it higher to boost the effect.
- The estus flask is back. The icon in the UI will actually show that the flask is depleting as players get down to their final few swigs.
- Miyazaki said he wanted to make the game’s knights — a terrifying foe in the early hours of Demon’s Souls — more powerful. It looks like he has succeeded.
Rumors about a possible Dark Souls 3 release date began forming at the beginning of June 2015. Rumors of a potential 2016 release date for Xbox One, PS4, and possibly PC circulated around June 5.