Dark Souls II Summary
has revealed a few different upgrade options for PC Dark Souls 2 players who want to pick up the forthcoming enhanced edition, Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin.
Rather than forcing us to splash out full price for the game again, there are two separate prices; one for those who own the original base game only, and one for those who've already bought its DLC.
Dark Souls 2 was patched yesterday, and along with the gameplay adjustments we, there's a few surprises for those that manage to complete its final boss fight. *Spoiler Klaxon Initiated*
The new patch is a free update released in preparation forScholar of the First Sin Edition, which will charge players full price again if they want to get the graphics we were promised in the first place. NOT THAT I'M BITTER.
Dark Souls 2 will get a free patch next month, in preparation for forthcoming Scholar of the First Sin edition
Dark Souls 2 will get a heftynext month in preparation for the release of Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin, the forthcoming enhanced edition which packs up all the currently available DLC.
Available on February 5, the free patch adds a new character, the mysterious Scholar of the First Sin himself, and a raft of other additions and fixes.
If information gathered from a recent Steam database update is anything to go by, there maybe be some more DLC on the way for action RPG Dark Souls 2.
Reddit user Jersam15 discovered some interesting lines of code mentioning "testdlc4", which would make sense considering that the last expansion, Crown of the Ivory King, was called "testdlc3" in the database.
Crown of the Ivory King, the final entry in a trilogy of DLC for Dark Souls 2, is out now . Time to travel to a frozen wasteland and find all-new ways to get stabbed by things.
The DLC was originally set for a September 24 release, but was subsequently delayed on PC and consoles.