Game director Yui Tanimura has said he'd want 'next-gen physics' if Dark Souls was made for Xbox One and PS4, as graphics are at a "maximum level" on consoles.
The news of continued use of the Havok Physics engine is great for AMD users on PC as it means they won't be left out as Nvidia's PhysX isn't looked on kindly.
"In order to implement a physics engine, we'd need more machine power and more CPU power," Tanimura-san told . "That can only become possible if we were to create a game for the, for example, PlayStation 4 or Xbox One." Namco Bandai has said the studio is taking the time to "fully capture all the necessary specs" for PC Dark Souls 2.
Dark Souls 2 releases on Xbox 360 and PS3 March 11th in the US, 14th in EU. It's on PC "shortly thereafter".
Dark Souls 2 keeps Havok Physics engine
25 September 2013 | By Simon Priest